I’ve been using a Nokia LPS-4 for a long time, also. I’ve been waiting for the LPS-5 more than one year and, after the first tests I posted this link http://www.hearingaidforums.com/showthread.php?t=7004
But in terms of quality of sound, power, operation, etc. I have to recognise LPS-5 is so good as the LPS-4. Without voice dialling and redial the last call… :rolleyes:
LPS-5 is very expensive. But the good ones are also expensive.
In order to NOT have compatibility problems, I bought a Nokia 5530 in June, after Nokia having indicated, in writing, that both were compatible.
Since then until today and after having the first 5530 replaced, Nokia is trying to fix the very frequent hangs during the calls, using LPS-5. :mad:
But, amazing, using a Sony Ericsson cellphone, there are no problems during the calls.
In conclusion, LPS-5 is good… Expensive… with less features than LPS-4 and the compatibilty has to be tested.
I’m using a workaround solution, 50% more cheap than the LPS-5, with all LPS-4 features, plus AVRCP (Audio and Video Remote Control).
I can share this experience, if someone is interested.