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Sungale Your Bluetooth Link! Car Kit
Author: Jason Kohrs
Manufacturer: Sungale
Source: Geeks.com
Purchase: Geeks.com
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Sungale Your Bluetooth Link! Car Kit
March 12, 2007

When it was a younger technology, Bluetooth seemed to have a hard time living up to the hype and didn't achieve the mass acceptance that was expected. I guess it was just a matter of time, as Bluetooth has definitely come of age and is featured and used just about everywhere.


The Sungale Your Bluetooth Link! Car Kit is one of many Bluetooth based products available from Geeks.com, and is one of thousands of products I had to hoped to see when I said the technology wasn't quite there yet, back in a February 2005 Tech Tip.

The Sungale kit is basically a one piece unit that provides a speaker and a microphone connected to a automotive cigarette lighter for use with a Bluetooth phone. For some more information on the finer points, have a look at the features, specifications, and control data taken from the Geeks.com website before we jump into the actual review...

Features:

Compliant with Bluetooth V1.2
Wireless connectivity up to 10 m (32.80 ft)
Excellent sound quality
Powered by your car's cigarette lighter
D.S.P Solution for Echo Cancellation & Noise Suppression
Voice dialing function to support your mobile phone
LED lights indicators
Allow for hands-free and cord-free functions
Automatic connection after the first successful connection
An answer/end button supports voice activation

Specifications:

Frequency band: 2.4 -2.48 GHz ISM band
Bluetooth Specification: V1.2
Support profile: Hands-free
Output power class: class ll
Sensitivity: -80 dBm @ 0.1% BER
Piconet: Point to Point
Link mode: SCO
Voice coding: 13 Bits linear
Security: pairing, encryption, authentication

Controls:

DC plug
Speaker
Volume switch
LED
Function key
Built-in mic

The information provided seems to cover the basics, and I assume it is actually a Class 2 device (says class 11) given the operating range and what I assume would be the necessary / appropriate power level for such a device.

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