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Popdevil

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I wonder if you can listen to music through the bluetooth headset? I know it shows that if you have the wired headset listening to music and a call comes in, it will stop the music and allow you to take the call. Can the same be done with the bluetooth headset?
 

cdodkin

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I wonder if you can listen to music through the bluetooth headset? I know it shows that if you have the wired headset listening to music and a call comes in, it will stop the music and allow you to take the call. Can the same be done with the bluetooth headset?
Music through the iPhone BT connection is not currently supported.

BT is for phone/voice only at this point :(
 

jomaha

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Bluetooth Stereo Adaptor for iPhone

http://oakley.com/pd/4280

This adaptor will operate the iTunes and phone feature on the iPhone perfectly. Once it is paired with the iPhone, attempt to make a phone call and it will ask you which one of the three (wireless headset, speakerphone, or iPhone) devices you wish to use for the phone. Simply select your wireless headset and you are set.

This works with the Motorola S9 headset::laugh2:

http://www.motorola.com/motoinfo/product/details.jsp?globalObjectId=177

and the Oakley O'Rokr sunglasses::cool:

http://oakley.com/pd/4154/?promotion_id=6&cm_ven=Search&cm_cat=Google&cm_pla=search&cm_ite=o rokr

Been using both for the past few days and they work perfectly! Great way to stay wireless even though there is the adaptor connceted to the bottom of the iPhone.
 

moby2112

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Music through the iPhone BT connection is not currently supported.

BT is for phone/voice only at this point :(
No you can listen through a bt earpiece. The only way to do it is to be on a call with the earpiece and then go to the iPod function and start a song or video and you will hear it through the earpiece. But hey who wants to listen to songs while you are talking to someone backwards enginerig if you ask me.
 

cdodkin

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No you can listen through a bt earpiece. The only way to do it is to be on a call with the earpiece and then go to the iPod function and start a song or video and you will hear it through the earpiece. But hey who wants to listen to songs while you are talking to someone backwards enginerig if you ask me.
Hey Moby - trust you to work out how to play some music!

Love your albums man - Play is still my favorite
 

moby2112

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Hey Moby - trust you to work out how to play some music!

Love your albums man - Play is still my favorite
yes it would be nice to be able to play songs through a bt earpiece
But what can you do I guess. My favorite moby album is early underground.
 

cdodkin

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yes it would be nice to be able to play songs through a bt earpiece
But what can you do I guess. My favorite moby album is early underground.
Oh yeh, you're keepin' a low profile. ;);)

No problem, I'll keep zipped up - no way I'm going to give away your tru identity. ;);)

PS. Can I get your autograph - I just love what you did with your hair :laugh2:



Damn! Did I give you away again?
 
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bsharp

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http://oakley.com/pd/4280

This adaptor will operate the iTunes and phone feature on the iPhone perfectly. Once it is paired with the iPhone, attempt to make a phone call and it will ask you which one of the three (wireless headset, speakerphone, or iPhone) devices you wish to use for the phone. Simply select your wireless headset and you are set.

This works with the Motorola S9 headset::laugh2:

http://www.motorola.com/motoinfo/product/details.jsp?globalObjectId=177

and the Oakley O'Rokr sunglasses::cool:

http://oakley.com/pd/4154/?promotion_id=6&cm_ven=Search&cm_cat=Google&cm_pla=search&cm_ite=o rokr

Been using both for the past few days and they work perfectly! Great way to stay wireless even though there is the adaptor connceted to the bottom of the iPhone.
Does the icombi need to be charged, or does it get power from the iPhone? Also, does it fit snugly to the iPhone?
 

kwan

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I ordered the Cerulean BT transmitter. It is BT 2.0 so the sound should be better than the oakley icombi transmitter.
I will be the guinea pig and let everyone know if it works.
 

bsharp

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I ordered the Cerulean BT transmitter. It is BT 2.0 so the sound should be better than the oakley icombi transmitter.
I will be the guinea pig and let everyone know if it works.
Did you try the Cerulean BT transmitter? Does it work? Does it fit, well? Does the phone feature work, as well?
 

4mula1

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When I bought my iPhone the salesperson at AT&T told me I should get the S9 so I could listen to my music via BT. Of course I didn't buy it then because everythings cheaper on Ebay. Imagine my surprise when it didn't work! Bastard! Now you tell me after spending $80 on the headset I have to spend $50 more for an adapter?
Does anybody wanna buy an S9?
 

pacobear

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Oakley O RokR

I want it so bad but as usual the iPhone doesn't support it directly.

here's a link

http://oakley.com/orokr

is there a place where we can complain to Apple to get them to add this feature? its the only thing that annoy's me about the phone. would really like to have stereo bluetooth headphones. And these look incredible
 

el31415

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I want it so bad but as usual the iPhone doesn't support it directly.

here's a link

http://oakley.com/orokr

is there a place where we can complain to Apple to get them to add this feature? its the only thing that annoy's me about the phone. would really like to have stereo bluetooth headphones. And these look incredible

yes, you can always return your iPhone to the store
best complain and it work
 

jomaha

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Does the icombi need to be charged, or does it get power from the iPhone? Also, does it fit snugly to the iPhone?
iCombi has no battery, uses iPhone power. Have not noticed a big difference in battery life. Fits as snug as any other 30 pin adaptor.
 

kwan

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Did you try the Cerulean BT transmitter? Does it work? Does it fit, well? Does the phone feature work, as well?
It works perfectly. I had my jawbone connected, and when a phone call came, it faded away the music and transferred the call to my jawbone BT headset.
The fit is very good as well.
 

jomaha

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I ordered the Cerulean BT transmitter. It is BT 2.0 so the sound should be better than the oakley icombi transmitter.
I will be the guinea pig and let everyone know if it works.
The iCmobi is BT 2.0 as well. It is not an Oakley product, they just have found it to be the better BT transmitter on the market. What makes the Cerulean better? Looks like the iCombi has a smaller footprint as well.
 

GMAN901

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Has anyone who uses the Apple BT headset figure out how to turn the audio up while turning the speakers down? I am glad to finally get mono audio through my headset but people will hear my audio through the speakers.
 
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Get The Revo Bt Stereo Necklace Headset

This Necklace Earbud Type Bluetooth Headset Is Nice And Discreet If Necessary! It Is Made By Revo. Look It Up!