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bluetooth help

by stboredum / March 21, 2007 3:05 PM PDT

hey i got a choclate through verixon wireless and i dont want to use the wired headphones, now since its bluetooth can i just go online and buy any bluetooth earphones, strictly for music, not for talking on the phone, or am i forced to live the life tethered to the phone, also if i can use a bluetooth headset which ones would you recommend im willing to spend up to 100 dollars but i could go higher if it is worth it,

thanks in advance

dylan

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RE: bluetooth help
by fyreblazer / March 22, 2007 2:56 AM PDT
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You can get any bluetooth earphone set that supports A2DP. Personally I use the motorola HT820 headphones with my cingular 8525. You can definitely find them under $100.

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Bluetooth headphones
by pmccarty7 / August 6, 2007 9:15 AM PDT
In reply to: bluetooth help

I have a Cingular 2125 and got it to work with my OROKR headphones. It did not come with the A2DP profile loaded but a Google on 2125 A2Dp yields a bunch of help on doing this hack that works. The same thing can be done on a Cingular 8125 which you can pick up used on CL for $150. The 2125 are about $100 if you can find one.

Any phone that has Bluetooth 2.0 should support your phones.

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