Hi. Just wondering how long it takes for the headphones to arrive? It's says 90 days but is this true?
its so bad my Jabra Halo Smart dont working on tomtom cardio spark music why
i bough a new headset for this watch
Also does anyone use any particular download sites for music as again reading through the forums and my own experience it's extremely difficult to get music
Hello, I bought the spark cardio+music with the tomtom headphones in 1 package. The watch itself is very nice, but unfortunatly, the bluetooth streaming of music to the headphones is HELL!! Dropouts every second!! I wear the watch on my left arm, and i have updated the watch to the latest software.
Is there something to do about it? Don't tell me to buy another headset (plantronics or whatever it is). I expect the tomtom hardware to run smooth, i payed 249€ for this combo, and at least it should be playing it's music good.
Thanks for a fast answer!
I have a Tomtom Runner 2 Cardio Music with Plantronics BackBeat Fit headset. The headset pairs without problems the watch. When listening to music only, the bluetooth connection is stable and everything works flawless. You can move your arm in every position or even walk away from the watch for a couple of meters. Even when placing metal obstacles in between the connection remains stable. However when you start a a training and start running (using GPS and heart rate) the bluetooth signal becomes very unstable. The music stutters frequently and it stabalizes a bit when looking down towards you feet or holding your arm a bit higher. The signal is also more stable when walking instead of running. So, I believe the problem with this watch is in de comination of using music AND GPS/heart rate at the same time.
I found a lot of similair comments when looking for peoples experience with this watch. It seems to be a serious issue. The watch works fine as stand alone music player but NOT in combination with a GPS/heart rate training, which is basically why people want to have this function on their watch. Does anyone here have the same experienses? And more importantly is Tomtom aware of this and working on a solution?
I've got the Plantronics Backbeat, which pairs fine with my Spark. Got them on Amazon for about $85. I wear my watch on my right hand, and there's slight loss of connection occasionally with the music, but I'm ok with it. Could it really be because I'm wearing my watch on my right rather than left hand? That's crazy.
My issue is that it's annoying to have to pair my headphones every single time I go out for a run. I prefer to grab and go. When I used my iPhone, my phone would remember the headphones so I didn't have to go through that rigamarole. Do the stock headphones require you to pair every time you use your tracker, or does the device recognize the headphones after you pair them the first time?