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Blueant Supertooth Light Speakerphone Review

When it comes to Bluetooth speakerphones, my “Editor’s Choice” for some time now has been the Blueant Supertooth II which offers the most elegant, solid and highest quality audio that I have tested to date.  I was therefore quite curious to test the company’s new Blueant Supertooth Light – a somewhat cheaper, more stylish and modern looking alternative.

Blueant Supertooth Light

The Blueant Supertooth Light offers a very large and loud full duplex speaker, well sized dedicated Call Answer/End buttons as well as easily accessible Volume Up/Down buttons at the top and Bluetooth + Battery indicators at the bottom.

Blueant Supertooth Light Profile

I also like the thin, unobstructed, profile which is slightly smaller than a pack of cigarettes as well as it’s comfortable small size of 12 x 6 x 2cm and light weight.  A built-in rechargeable lithium ion battery offers up to 15 hours of talk time and 800 hours standby. 

Blueant Supertooth Light Mic Extended

Where the Blueant Supertooth Light unfortunately falters is in its design of a retractable sliding “Microphone Shaft” (pictured above) which extends out of the unit – a mechanism that switches the speakerphone On when pressed and released and Off when you push it back in.  The problem that I have with this design is that it makes it rather awkward to have the microphone pointing in your direction and I fail to understand why the company did not more simply choose to place it at the front of the unit.

Having said this, with the microphone properly placed, the Supertooth Light offers excellent inbound and outbound audio quality with people barely noticing that you’re speaking via a speakerphone.  Using a brand new Clear Voice Capture (CVC) and Digital Signal Processor (DSP) technology it is able to separate voice signal from other environmental sounds and applies acoustic echo cancellation and noise suppression to the incoming and outgoing voices thus allowing to sharply enhance the voice communication.  It also automatically adjusts sound levels to compensate for loud engine noise or external noise created when the windows are down.

Blueant Supertooth Light Mount

The Supertooth Light can be easily mounted to your car’s sun visor via a steel clip that attaches to two ultra-strong magnets at the back – this also makes it easy to remove the speakerphone while leaving the clip attached to the visor.  Additionally, the kit also offers an alternative vent mount (pictured above) as well as a car charger and wall charger.

Overall, the stylish Blueant Supertooth Light will prove ideal for people preferring not to use a headset in their car or for those wishing to use it as a conference speakerphone at the office or while on the go.  Having said this, in most instances my personal preference while driving remains simply to use my Jawbone or other Bluetooth headset.

You may also consider some of these “Editor’s Choice” Treo accessories selections:
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– Best Treo Cradle: Palm Treo Cradle Kit
– Best Treo Battery Charger: Palm Treo Battery Charger

Treonauts are always the most stylish

Posted by Andrew on July 11, 2007 at 08:38 AM

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