Supertooth ONE - connect two phones simultaneously

by Volker Weber

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Supertooth just sent me a press release about their new handsfree kit. Unique selling point: you can connect two phones at the same time. This is brilliant, because it happens quite often that I am not alone in my car. Two seats, two phones, one kit. Their reasoning is of course different: connect both your private and business phone at the same time.

I have a Supertooth Voice which works just nicely. I have only one complaint: like most other Bluetooth accessories it flashes a blue LED when connected. And you don't want that in your car, at night, within your peripheral vision.

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Sounds good. I really think one could get rid of this flashing blue LED in any way.

Does the press release state anything about when it will be available and how I can decide which phone to use for dialing?

Ingo Schaefer, 2008-11-07

Use a black felt-tip marker ("Edding") or a tiny piece of tape and cover the LED.
If the marker doesn't cover it, use Tipp-Ex and add some black ink. That'll do it.

Thomas Gumz, 2008-11-07

Surely you only have one driver in the car? The other doesn't need to be hands free...

Ben Rose, 2008-11-07

Ben, haven't you seen a couple driving together?

Believe me: there are at least two drivers.

Ingo Schaefer, 2008-11-07

Ben, one drives, the other gesticulates: you clearly haven’t been married long enough :o)

Ben Poole, 2008-11-07

Thomas, from the looks of this device, it uses the blue LED to indicate which phone is the active one. Masking the LED might not be so smart here.

Volker Weber, 2008-11-07

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