Last Updated: Jul 13,2010
I don't know if this has already been covered, but where do we find these?
You can use any 3.5mm headphones. 99% of headphones, are 3.5mm.
I picked up a set of the V-Moda faze Noise Isolating Headphones at Radio Shack. They are $49.99 but with the $20 rebate, $10 coupon and 20% off accessories today I got them for around $10. The bass is nice and deep and they also have a call answer button.
i tried using my cheapo skullkandy ink'd earbuds and i got like zero reception from 5/6 of my presets. literally just static and one of the stations you couldn't make out anything at all. i tried extending the headphone wires out and it helped a little but not nearly enough to make it listenable. i'm very disappointed and wondering if there are any fixes.
How do you get the $20 rebate i didnt see anything on the site?
nvm that was from when you pre-ordered the phone im guessing
yes, from the pre-order
There are specific headphones with the FM antennae (sp?)in them...
No, the headphones serve as the antenna to get reception, so it's any headphones.
I just use my Pre headphones.. works great.. not the best sounding but it works.
Today I went down to mobilecityonline located in Canal street and purchased the Sony Ericsson MW600 bluetooth stereo headset for use with my EVO 4G.
At the moment it is charging [at least 8hrs], but I wanted to know if anyone it using this particular device?
Once I get it up and running, I will let you guys know how compatible it is with the EVO. Hopefully all the functions will work and I don't have to return it.
the fm radio will NOT work with the bluetooth headphones. This is one case where wires are a good thing.
Hi there, I wondered how you got on with the Sony MW600, as I am looking to get it for my Desire - mainly want it just for radio, as the Desire is useless - any comments?
These headphones come with FM tuner. Hope we see comments from the recent buyer soon, including whether the FM tuner works.
If the FM tuner works better than the built-in one, that might be a benefit to those who don't want to be wired.
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