Bluetooth Stereo Headphones

eticket

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I just purchased the SONY Bluetooth headphones for ipod.

It works great on my iPhone, when I plug in the doggle, it says unsupported device but just ignore it... The volume, fast forward, next track and previous track all work great...

FYI only...
 

KNK

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I just purchased the SONY Bluetooth headphones for ipod.

It works great on my iPhone, when I plug in the doggle, it says unsupported device but just ignore it... The volume, fast forward, next track and previous track all work great...

FYI only...

Do you have a link or picture as well?
 

Eragon

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I just purchased the SONY Bluetooth headphones for ipod.

It works great on my iPhone, when I plug in the doggle, it says unsupported device but just ignore it... The volume, fast forward, next track and previous track all work great...

FYI only...
Even though the iPhone has bluetooth, you still need to insert the dongle in the dock connector? Will the phone functionality work with this headset or will you be limited to iPod types of activities?
 

acosmichippo

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Even though the iPhone has bluetooth, you still need to insert the dongle in the dock connector?
yes, the iPhone's bluetooth does not support stereo playback.
 

Rip

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I use a dock dongle with Motorola S9 headphones, that include a mic.

They are excellent for making calls (via the iPhone bluetooth) and listening to the iPod in stereo (via the dongle).

When a call comes in the music mutes and resumes when the call ends.

The headphones have a phone button for answering and ending calls, though the controls are a bit on the small side.