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    Headset Jack, Is it a Mistake

    So maybe this has come up before,,,

    I noticed that the little plug covering the headset jack looks like a symbol for a set of headphones instead of a single earpiece and microphone.

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    Let he who is without sin cast the first stone.

    OUCH!!!

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    Don't think its a mistake. Probably surplus from another product. Its really not a big deal, is it?

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    Nope, just made me wonder...
    Let he who is without sin cast the first stone.

    OUCH!!!

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    you can put a headset on it if you want both ears covered...

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    Used my regular Jabra last night. It worked pretty well.
    Let he who is without sin cast the first stone.

    OUCH!!!

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    I had the regular jabra, its pretty good, but then I got the one with the retractable cord and the answer button on the case. Thats really nice to be able to easly answer the phone without having to open the case and press talk. Also is nice when you have voice dial setup.

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