BlueNEXT Stereo Bluetooth Adapter

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  1. jpxdude

    jpxdude New Member

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    Hi There,

    I've been looking into getting a Bluetooth Stereo headset for my iPod Touch, because i'm annoyed with the wireless when listening to music. Many people have already mentioned the Jaybird, which is a bit pricey. I already have a headset, which has been sitting in my draw for the last year, as i've not seen a decent enough looking transmitter until now.

    The BlueNEXT transmitter for the iPod seems quite discreet, and draws power directly from the iPod. I've read some mixed reviews, but I was wondering if anyone here had any experience, and could tell me if it is worth getting? It only costs between £10-£15!

    Thanks in advance!

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  2. Daniel2008

    Daniel2008 New Member

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    BlueNext adapter for iPhone

    yes, I would certainly recommend this one, not only is it the (currently) only one which is the most compact, but also draws very little power compared with other brands, also secondly I would like to point out that, in my case it allows the headset (I'm using a Philips blutooth headset) to be connected with both the phone and the adapter at the same time, so when you receive a call, the connection to the phone get priority over the adapter (which is connected through apple's proprietary dock connecter, the same way you would connect your usb/charger cable) and its just 1cm! (ONE) thick/long/high whatever, so it doesn't add that much more size to your iphone at all.
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