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  1. Kidmet

    Kidmet Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    I don't know if this has already been covered, but where do we find these?
     

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  2. mikey706

    mikey706 New Member

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    You can use any 3.5mm headphones. 99% of headphones, are 3.5mm.
     
  3. NiCK Crush

    NiCK Crush Well-Known Member

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    lol
     
  4. kendog2

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    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.
     
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    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.
     
  6. 1fastyfz

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    How do you get the $20 rebate i didnt see anything on the site?
     
  7. 1fastyfz

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    nvm that was from when you pre-ordered the phone im guessing
     
  8. gww528

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    yes, from the pre-order
     
  9. Kidmet

    Kidmet Well-Known Member This Topic's Starter

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    There are specific headphones with the FM antennae (sp?)in them...
     
  10. Complex757

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    No, the headphones serve as the antenna to get reception, so it's any headphones.
     
  11. keyholeSecrets

    keyholeSecrets Well-Known Member

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    I just use my Pre headphones.. works great.. not the best sounding but it works.
     
  12. bhagiratha

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    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.
     
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    the fm radio will NOT work with the bluetooth headphones. This is one case where wires are a good thing.
     
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    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?

    Thanks.
     
  15. Rigmaster

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    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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