Tried to pair with Oakley O-Rokr and Motorola S9 headphones, both wireless headsets. iPhone does not support A2DP standard so the only wireless that works is the phone earpieces. I did try it with an iPod 30 pin bluetooth adapter (Icombi AP21b) and it transmitted music to the wireless headphones.Yes.. but on the Spec. it's using the Bluetooth 2.0 standard , it should provide stereo sound out ai ..did anyone try to pair with the stereo bluetooth ?
Try this bluetooth adapter instead, it plugs into the 30 pin port at the bottom and you can control the volume, forward/reverse functions as well.Tried it with i phono minis. Does not work for listening to music but it does work for taking phone calls.
But there is always a way around anything if you want it bad enough.
Most bluetooth headsets come with a bluetooth dongle. Plug the dongle into the headphone jack,(you will probably have to buy the adapter) Pair it with your headset and you have bluetooth stereo from your iPhone.
Off topic. Just wanted to say that your sig is the best quote ever! PROPS! Now back to your regularly scheduled thread.No it doesn't.
That subject has been discussed numerous times on this site.
A lot of people think that Apple may release an update that would allow the iPhone to support A2DP.
Wow! I didn't know Oakley made those. Are you sure it will fit on the iPhone?
Hate to think the worst of Apple, but it seems it *has* to be intentional. I found a post on another site that somebody dug through the Legal statement and found the Bluetooth software stack is called BlueMagic, by an outfit called Open Interface (where do companies come up with these names?...). Anyway, it seems their software includes A2DP support - so the feature is actually ON THE PHONE! So for whatever reason, Apple thought it was okay to leave that little feature out. Nice to know that $600 buys you a phone that's state-of-the-art - as of 2 years ago. Hmph.I believe Apple is intentionally blocking A2DP protocol. CSR bluetooth chip set (which iPhone uses) supports A2DP on their reference design. Most likely, Apple is holding off till they come up with their own BT Stereo Headset. I just hope that they use the standard protocol ( Not Apple Only protocol..) so that I can use my Stereo Headset.
Still using the iCombi adapter with the O Rokr headphones for music and phone functions. When you sync (the iCombi adaptor and O'Rokr's) the iPhone will display three phone speaker options:Wow! I didn't know Oakley made those. Are you sure it will fit on the iPhone?
I have been holding out on buying any more adapters in hopes that Apple will release an A2DP update.
It would be just my luck I go and spend $50.00 on this thing and then Apple releases an update.
Will the adapter only work with oakley products?Still using the iCombi adapter with the O Rokr headphones for music and phone functions. When you sync (the iCombi adaptor and O'Rokr's) the iPhone will display three phone speaker options:
1 - O'Rokr Headphones
2 - iPhone
3 - Speakerphone
While this is probably the same protocol for "head-sets" I only make the comment here because the O Rokr headphones are connected through the iCombi adaptor which is A2DP. Seems Apple allows for this connection, just that the iPhone does not have the A2DP function "lit up". We'll have to wait and see what Apple comes up with to manage wireless headphones for both the music and phone functions.