Bluetooth Stereo

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  1. mombopete

    mombopete Member

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    I just got the Motorola D650 iPod Bluetooth Adapter and paired it with my Motorola HT820 Bluetooth Stereo Headset to use on my iPod touch. It's unbelievable. Easy to pair and not too expensive. Nice to not have the wires.
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    dualcorex New Member

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    that is not very cheap. you can buy really good headphones for that price
  3. Gabe

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    did I miss something, you have blue tooth working on your itouch?
  4. mombopete

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    You can listen to your music with the two above accessories. One hooks up to the port on the bottom of the iPod and the other is a bluetooth stereo headset. I can actually control the volume, play/pause, and change track from the headset. Motorola D650 and Motorola HT820.
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    If thats possible could they make a thing like that but for a microphone?
  6. Gabe

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    btw: how did you know it would work with a itouch?
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    Does it drain the battery a lot faster?

    If not I might have to pick one up....
  8. mombopete

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    It it compatible with all iPods. I am not sure about how fast the battery will drain. It will definitely drain it though. The iPod is the power source. I wouldn't think it would kill it quickly.

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