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Sanyo 8400 Bluetooth Problem?

Discussion in 'All Other Brands of Wireless Phones' started by CellGeek, Dec 7, 2006.

  1. CellGeek

    CellGeek Sprint is the BOMB!
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    Location:
    Laguna Niguel, CA
    My Phone:
    Blackberry 8830
    Wireless Provider(s):
    Sprint
    Does anyone here use Bluetooth with the 8400? Do you experience the following issues:

    1. The Bluetooth signal is not very strong. If you get about 8 feet away from the phone you will get static.

    2. If you initiate voice dialing and then do not say a voice tag, you will here several crackling noises.

    3. When walking and using the phone, sometimes there is static even with the phone attached to my belt.

    I tried 3 8400s and different BT earpieces at the Sprint Store with the same results. Are there a bunch of bad 8400s out there, or is the Bluetooth implementation a crappy design in this phone.

    Thoughts please.

    CellGeek
     
  2. technophant

    technophant New Member

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    I've been an owner of the Sanyo SCP-8400 for the last 9 months. I just recently purchased the Motorola H670 and have been disappointed with the results. I have found that even having the phone in my front pocket there's static and the range isn't too good. This is my first Bluetooth experience and I was thinking it was the earpiece. I wonder if other Sanyo's have this problem?
     

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