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Pama Plug n Go Alpha Sun Visor Bluetooth In-Car Hands Free Kit Review

No Need For Wired-In, Just Go With The Plug n Go and Have A Bluetooth Kit That Can Be Easily Moved From Car To Car...

Pama Plug n Go AlphaNow we liked the Motorola T305 Sun Visor mounted hands-free kit, with its ultimate between car transferability, and this Pama Alpha takes the idea to a new level for under £80....

The Pama Alpha looks the part, with a blue back-lit caller ID display and black and silver case. With a claimed stand-by capacity of 10 days, and talk time of 15 hours, it should be up to the job.

What the Pama Alpha Bluetooth kit can (at the moment) unusually do for a visor mounted device is download up to 250 contacts from your mobile phone sim card - allowing it to display the name of any incoming calls - and act as a back-up for your cell phone - very handy.

The technical side of clear calls is full duplex (you can talk and listen at the same time..) Bluetooth 2.0 (for ultimate cell phone compatibility), echo cancellation and noise suppression. The caller display can also be inverted, so it doesn't matter which way you have to mount the unit.

In use the Pama Alpha gave clear, loud conversations, just like it's meant to, and the voice-activated calling worked fine with my Nokia phone.

Hmm... there isn't much more say about the Alpha, except that it impressed me greatly. If you're in the market for a visor-mounted Bluetooth hands-free kit, you couldn't really go with with the Alpha - it does everything you could want, and does it very well. Recommended.

ps The Pama Alpha works off 12v or 24v if you need to use it in your truck.

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