I recently received my Jabra A7010 and have paired it successfully with my iCom. And I have received and initiated calls from my desk phone with no problems. In fact, I love being able to talk without having to hold the receiver up to my ear, as well as being able to leave my cubicle (run to the printer, etc) while still holding a telephone conversation. At first the people I was talking to complained of my voice volume being too low, but the adjustment on the A7010 took care of that (turned up until I could just hear my own voice and then backed off a bit).
However, there is one feature that I am having trouble with and was hoping someone with more experience could help me with.
I enjoy streaming audio via the dedicated jack on the iCom, but when a call comes into my desk I can’t simply switch to the Bluetooth A7010 phone connection. When I press the iCom button while in streaming audio, it places both the streaming audio and the Bluetooth connection into pause mode. The iCom manual states that the iCom will switch out of streaming audio to the Bluetooth phone connection, whenever an incoming call is detected, but that description is in the Mobile phone section. This seems to suggest the A7010 connection is being treated as a Bluetooth stereo headset (the lowest priority) and not a Bluetooth phone call (highest priority). Can anyone confirm?
If that is the case then, when I receive a call on my desk phone/Jabra A7010, I will need to unplug the audio cable from the iCom, wait for the iCom to switch out of streaming audio mode, then press the iCom button and wait for the iCom to switch to the Bluetooth connection, all before picking up the receiver to answer the phone. Baaa!