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Hey all,

 

i am looking for a blue tooth interface for my helmet for a utility contract, this is the only one i have found so far! anyone out there using it or have better suggestions?

 

thanks,

 

dp

 

 

The world's first wireless cell phone and music adapter for general aviation! BluLink reduces the need for extra cables and adapters, creating a safer and more trouble free cockpit. Use your GA headset along with BluLink to wirelessly connect to your cell phone and music player. BluLink even allows you to wirelessly control the music. Just use the buttons on the device to select songs on your Bluetooth music streaming cell phone or portable music player such as an iPod.

 

 

Use BluLink to wirelessly control music from your Bluetooth music-streaming phone or music player. If a call comes in while music is playing, the music will pause and you can answer the call by pressing the answer call button. After the call is ended, the music will begin to play automatically.

 

 

Features:

 

•Wireless connectivity to your Bluetooth® cell phone and favorite music device.

•Use any general aviation headset in conjunction with Blulink

•Phone and music controls directly on device

•Stand-alone Mode

•Select Mono or Stereo depending on your intercom

•You can redial the last number you called

•15-20 hours of continuous usage

•2 AA Batteries included

•Automatic Mute Function

•One year warranty

Specifications:

 

Bluetooth Specifications…….…….......................BT 2.0+EDR*

Bluetooth Profile................Handsfree, Headsets, A2DP, AVRCP

Music Frequency Response…..20Hz – 20,000 Hz (Dependable on headset used)

Telephony Frequency Response.……………..300 Hz – 3,000 Hz

Battery Life………………………………...……15-20 hours**

Battery Type………………………….………...…2 AA alkaline

Standby Time……………………………………Over 100 hours

Weight………………………………….4.2 oz (including batteries)

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I have one. It works fine. I was never able to get the skip forward/back to work, but the volume and play/pause buttons work great. It also has a switch so you can set it to either keep playing or stop when intercom or radio comes on.

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Dennis,

 

I have one I'm selling cause I just bought new BOSE headsets with Bluetooth built in.

 

I have the BOSE 6-pon interface cords but you can buy adpaters on the BluLink site for any kind of headset. Adapters are around $50 for conventional aviation headsets and $75 for helicopter plug adapters.

 

I am selling it for $100. Cost $300 new and has been used only a few times!

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Hey all,

 

i ended up buying the Blulink system and have used it for three weeks now. Here is what i found:

 

The clarity is really good, we used it with helmets, Bose & Light speed headsets. I have flown over 60 hours in an L3 with the system and flew from California to Colorado and then ten days on the Eastern and Western Slopes. The system performs really well and the battery life is good as well. At times i was over 100 feet from the helicopter and was still connected, which, was a little inconvenient cuz i couldn't tell the phone was ringing and missed a couple of calls, but, the range is pretty remarkable.

 

We made about five calls a day, and everyone remarked how clear the conversation was. I have noise canceling in my headsets and helmets so that may have made a difference. The total price shipped was just under $300 and i think it's a great deal for how well the system worked.

 

Below is a link to some of the photos i took along the way..

 

aloha,

 

dp

 

http://s298.photobucket.com/albums/mm243/RkyMtnHI2/Western%20Slope/

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