The Bluetooth hands-free car kit VOSSOR V3 is easily mounted on an existing rear-view mirror and is nearly invisible. A backlit LCD display, microphone, speaker and controls are housed in the attractive enclosure.The VOSSOR V3’s integrated phonebook synchronizes with your mobile phone. The caller’s name and number are displayed and saved contacts can be searched.The Bluetooth hands-free car kit VOSSOR V3 is easily mounted on an existing rear-view mirror and is nearly invisible. A backlit LCD display, microphone, speaker and controls are housed in the attractive enclosure.The VOSSOR V3’s integrated phonebook synchronizes with your mobile phone. The caller’s name and number are displayed and saved contacts can be searched.

Thanks to the multipoint function simultaneous use of up to three mobile phones is possible.Thanks to the multipoint function simultaneous use of up to three mobile phones is possible.

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  • Rear-view mirror with integrated Bluetooth hands-free car system
  • Bluetooth v2.0 standard
  • Speakers, microphone and battery pack integrated
  • Integrated phonebook for up to 600 contacts
  • Caller name shown on integrated LCD display
  • Backlit LCD display on mirror
  • Supports headset and hands-free profile
  • Easy installation
  • Optimized DSP sound technology
  • Multi-language menu navigation
  • Up to 25 h talk time
  • Up to 500 h standby time
  • A2DP for music transmission
  • Multipoint function for pairing 3 mobile phones

test reports

Mobile Zeit (issue 2/2009) reported easy pairing of the VOSSOR PhoneBook with up to eight phones. The adjustable microphone sensitivity and the sound quality were also positively reviewed, as was the battery capacity of up to 500 hours standby time or 25 hours talk time.Mobile Zeit recognized the VOSSOR PhoneBook’s trouble-free installation, with its robust clamping system and optional safety straps. Compared to its predecessors, the VOSSOR PhoneBook scores especially well in the comfort category with its matrix display and menu navigation.

Mobile news (issue 06/2008) was enthusiastic about the new matrix display of the VOSSOR PhoneBook. Not only numbers but also caller names are displayed. A further bonus point: unlike the predecessor, this model displays the menu. Mobile news summary: “The phone communication was convincing and the battery operating hours have nearly doubled according to the manufacturer. Our opinion: very good!”

 
     
 
   

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