Date: Fri, 15 Mar 2002 14:20:07 +0100
From: "Tore Wangsfjord" <t.wnopsamom.no>
Subject: Re: Nokia 8210 car kit for 2002 9-3


The original mic is absolutely not crap. For Nokia phones you have to switch a connector in the mic (some resistance stuff..) and then it works great. If you peel out the mic you will see 3 pins but only 2 wires coming in. One of them should be switched over to the empty pin. TW "JRD" <JonathonnopsameditchAUNTY_SPAM.com> skrev i melding news:1016193700.2633.0.nnrp-12.9e981281nopsam.demon.co.uk... > Hi, > > Not too sure if my comments will help the mic problem but here goes. > I have just removed a THB carkit for a siemens S35i from my 2000 9-5 estate > and replaced it with a CARK-91 for a Nokia 6210. The installer who did the > original install said that the built in mic was 'CRAP' and fitted the THB > one. So I had a black mic sticking out on the right side of the main cabin > light (I never liked that really) .The mic in the centre console (actually > setup for LHD) has got two connections on it 1 for Nokia Mic's and the other > for Motorola. You might try the other connection to what you have which may > improve the sound quality for you as well as the person on the other end. > HTH > JRD > > find that the I initially tried the > "Rob" <robwremovethisnopsammaster.co.uk> wrote in message > news:bdae7638.0203150221.44c8ac24nopsaming.google.com... > > "Simon Crabb" wrote ... > > > > THB Comfort > > > I've seen this kit, and didn't like the look of the spiral cable, I mean > do > > > I need the ability to talk with the phone in my hand on the end of a > cable? > > > We are afterall installing it for hands free functionality! I guess the > > > passenger can use it privately then though... > > > > > > How have you found it in use? > > > > I don't use it. In fact I've routed the cable (which comes out of the > > bottom of the phone clip) straight back into the saab 'blob' and into > > the side of the centre console: the spiral cable all staying inside > > the console. There is only a few inches of wiring showing. I'll > > take a picture of it tonight and put it on a website somewhere for you > > to see. > > > > > > Biggest problem was the pre-fitted microphone in the 9-3: I couldn't > > > > get the impedence matched correctly and ended up using the microphone > > > > in the THB kit. > > > > > Is there something about having to drop the microphone out and change a > wire > > > over or something? > > > > Yes. I did try this, but it wasn't very successful and infact I ended > > up destroying the Saab mike. > > > > > I spoke to my dealer (Saab City in London) and they told me that Nokia > *do* > > > do (do do?) a kit for the 8210, and when fitted just a short section of > wire > > > is visible. I failed to get the part number from them, but they told me > it > > > was about 150, with the bracket being about 15 (they were of course > > > offering to fit it for me, 325 inclusive.....) > > > > If the dealer really is talking genuine nokia kit they are keeping it > > *very* quiet. I looked extensively in the past (both on- and off-line) > > and found nothing. > > > > Rob. > >

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