BluetEEth.....Two bluetoothsGeneral

  1. simagic

    simagic Well-Known Member

    So..I'm thinking about doing this. I'll tell why at the end. I wanted to get two bluetooth earpieces. One for each ear. Does anyone know if that would be as / good as / better than / worse than / much worse than / just wired stereo earbuds. WHY DO I WANT TO DO THIS. I would like the '"stereo feature" and the shutting off of surrounding noise feature that having something in both ears gives you, BUT, sometimes ( for example), I might be sitting in a doctors office, or something similar for a long period of time. I might want to watch a movie or listen to music. BUT I wouldn't want something ( at that time) in both ears. What if they called my name and I didn't hear them. Then they call the next person and I'm sitting there all day. This way I could just have it in the ONE ear when I want and two ears when I want. Any thoughts as to sound quality with this method???? Also, would I be able to pair them both to the phone. Would they work like one. Any delay between the two. Has anyone ever done this???

  2. Omar Days

    Omar Days Well-Known Member

    lol this is not possible I don't think.
  3. McGilli

    McGilli Well-Known Member

    If it 'is' possible to pair to single headsets to the phone - I believe only one of the bluetooth devices can be active at any time.

    My only experience is my home phone. I have two cell phones attached to it so I can take cell calls on my land line, but only one bluetooth cell phone call can be active at a time...

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