I was wondering today...

Discussion in 'Android Devices' started by DFRESH, Feb 25, 2010.

  1. DFRESH

    DFRESH Well-Known Member
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    Is there a way to listen to music through my bluetooth?
     

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  2. khaag27

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    not unless you have a blue marker. Which Im guessing you dont
     
  3. Aldo Junior Ao2

    Aldo Junior Ao2 Well-Known Member
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    Nice payback. Uhhhh hehe
     
  4. ndroid

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    yeS !!

    but your headset most have A2DP support, i have been using for a couple years the ones from Jabra, work pretty good with sprint navigation turn by turn directly to your ear as well, idk about another fancy brands
     
  5. DFRESH

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    The BT device I have right now doesn't have A2DP ...Look's like I'm going to get a Jabra device this weekend..
     
  6. zombdroid

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  7. Roman G.

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  8. dan330

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    hi,

    I have this headset... It is great.. and pairs up with the hero perfectly!!!

    but it is not great for heavy activities... it is not well designed for my ear to stay on, under heavy moving around.
     
  9. WhiteNoise

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    I just don't get why anyone would want to listen to music with one ear.
     
  10. MarkHirt

    MarkHirt Guest

    WOW! who knew, excellent find. Not great for music but it works great with Sprint Nav. If a call comes in you answer like normal.

    I listen to music on a set of Motorola S805 DJ Headphones or when in my truck, a cassette adapter plugged into the headset jack
     
  11. WhiteNoise

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    Now that is useful.
     
  12. MarkHirt

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    note the S805 headphones can also be used to make and receive calls
     
  13. BOO5TED

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    I've tried a few of the Jabra headsets and the BT530 is my fav.
     
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