Please recommend Bluetooth headphones that work with iPhone

jgodden

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Im looking for a pair of bluetooth headphones that would work with the iPhone. Something like this: http://cgi.ebay.com/NEW-MOTOROLA-HT...yZ133229QQssPageNameZWDVWQQrdZ1QQcmdZViewItem


Im thinking since iPhone doesn't have A2DP, im going to need one of those ipod connectors that hook up to the dock connection, but i don't know if that will work.

Personally, id like a pair of headphones that would work with my iPhone, and with my laptop (via bluetooth) to listen to music/watch movies.
 

jgodden

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I went ahead and bought these: http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&rd=1&item=250209666862&ssPageName=STRK:MEWN:IT&ih=015

Im sure that setup will work with my computer, at least. And as far as I can tell, all i need now is some sort of compatible bluetooth dongle for the phone. My only question is, do i need to go with one that hooks into the headphone jack, or one that goes in the ipod connector?

Will something like this work? http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/Jabr...008QQitemZ180209670981QQrdZ1QQsspagenameZWDVW
 

Griffinaz

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I was doing some research on a good set of over the ear headphones to listen to music on the iPhone through bluetooth and all of the ones that I have seen that are compatible all have a base that connects to the bottom port of the phone (not usable with a case on the phone on any of the ones I looked at) and there is one set that I found that has a dongle that goes in the headphone jack but it is an enormous round thing the size of a hockey puck. It defeats the purpose of having a bluetooth headset if I have to have this clunker swinging back and forth off the end of my phone. I would have to set the phone down on a table and then it isn't truly portable then is it?

http://www.myblueant.com/x5_stereo_bluetooth_headset_headphones_a2dp.htm
 
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Sorry buddy ,i don't have blue tooth headphones so can't say anything.
 

Linda

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I'm looking at getting Bluetooth Headphones for my IPad. Any recommendations?
 

Uwe

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Try plantronics backbeat 903+.
 
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Thanks for the information, I was recently disappointed to find they didn't have this item at Best Buy, instead bought the only Bluetooth headset a Rocketfish Mobile mono that was in stock at the time only to end up returning it. I did find the model you suggested on Buy.com.
 

rom x

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thoes are nice. i might get me a pair once the ones i have now no longer work
 

cliffeman

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They stay in my ear pretty well. I only use them at they gym. I don't do much running to say if they stay in or not. I'll maybe adjust them once. Also, I use the comply foam tips and not the stock tips.
 
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They stay in my ear pretty well. I only use them at they gym. I don't do much running to say if they stay in or not. I'll maybe adjust them once. Also, I use the comply foam tips and not the stock tips.
Just ordered a pair from Amazon. Looking forward to trying them out. Thanks
 
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very nice! I think you'll be happy with them.
They were delivered today and I really like them. Sound good, especially for Bluetooth and are very light and comfortable. Thanks for the recommendation!
 

cliffeman

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They were delivered today and I really like them. Sound good, especially for Bluetooth and are very light and comfortable. Thanks for the recommendation!
Awesome! They'll sound better once you burn them in over time. I agree, they are extremely light.
 

Shan S.

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I have been using the Motorola S9 and Motorola S9-HD for a couple of years now. The S9's are a great set of blue tooth headphones with good range .

Here is the link for the S9-hd which is a couple years old but in all reviews they have always done well, and have a really good sound quality.

http://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0..._m=ATVPDKIKX0DER&pf_rd_r=01KKVTGMTCYCH0FR4VJD

They have have been replaced by the S10-HD. I have not tried those yet, but most reviews I have read say the S9 series is still better sounding.

http://www.amazon.com/Motorola-S10-...s-Packaging/dp/B004BHCSQC/ref=dp_ob_title_def