>I'd ask why you are using Jew quotes with Bluetooth.
Not that Strelok, but (((wireless)) in general earns a lack of trust. Yes there's insecurity but also insolvency. Wireless communication fails at the drop of a hat, using a wire solves the problem.
When I had a working motorcycle I used to listen to put decent earbuds in, and they would seal enough to let me hear the music over the roar of the engine. Likewise driving the tractor around the property, I can wear earmuffs over my earbuds and its time consuming and awkward but trustworthy.
My car has bluetooth. When I associate my phone, every thirty seconds I get a double announcement from the car's dulcet toned announcer that my phone was disconnected. Also, my phone was connected.
Every. Thirty. Seconds.
Unless I'm using my phone to play music, in which case it never reconnects, only disconnects the once.
Now I grant you, my hands-free-headset at work, since my job is taking calls, has been pretty reliable when the battery is charged. But sometimes I'll take it off the charger, which had a blinking light indicating it had been charging successfully, and find the battery is as dead as a doornail, to coin a phrase. Sticking it BACK
on the charger for a day resolves this mystery without solving it. This has happened more than a few times without having any rhyme or reason. It's not like I can predict "Oh, yes, it's been five and a half weeks so now it has decided to drain the battery to the floor; maybe this is planned/programmed maintenance."
Nope! Just dead today. Might have happened last week, might have been ten months ago, but it keeps happening, and I'm not quite the only one, I think.
Wires work. Wires, I can trust. (((bluetooth))) I cannot. (((802.11 WiFi))) I cannot. (((Cell))) coverage? No, visitors to my home will find their phones stop several miles before getting to my house. But the landline has a dialtone.
Thank you for your patience, and your understanding, strelok. I do not like dismissing wires.
Let's not bury questions in the wired replacements for (((bluetooth))).
> no, I do not.
> Thus, any finger gun I call a GST-9 will not "fire"
Anyone else care to help that poster out?