Playing music through computer's speakers via bluetooth?

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  1. kleemajo

    kleemajo New Member

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    Has anyone managed to get this to work successfully? I'm trying to hook up my computer (vista) to my ipod touch 2g with a2dp and play music through the computer's speakers. It seems like it should be possible, but I have had no luck so far. I have tried the Broadcom, Toshiba and Bluesoleil stacks so far but none of them seem to be able to connect. My hardware is fine as I can tether, broadcast music, call, send files, etc. from my cell phone (Samsung M510). Does anyone here know of a bluetooth stack for Vista (or for Linux or Mac OSX for that matter) that works with the ipod touch, or have a way of getting it to work on one of the other ones?

    Thanks for your help!
  2. edward9911

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    Fund out how

    first of all make sure that your computer and itouch are tethered or connected via bluetooth by opening the bluetooth settings on the control panel, after the computer has seen your itouch it will come out as a audio device, click on it and go into its properties, after the properties open up go to the audio tab on the top of the properties window, your itouch should apear there as a stereo audio player and disconnected, before presing connect make sure your itouch blouetooth is on and in searching mode,now again click on it and press connect on the bottom button above (ok, and cancel) on your computer, now hopefully on the computer and itouch, it should say that they are connected, now play any audio like music, movie or game and it should sound on your computer speakers,,,,, if u still cant seem to get it message me, and if u do get it tell me to.hope i helped
  3. Awesome

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    How do you do this on a mac?
  4. Kekni

    Kekni New Member

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    Why would you want to do this? Just play your music on iTunes and use the remote app to control it on your iPod.
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    Aznr00t New Member

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    thank you soo much
  6. edward9911

    edward9911 New Member

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    Look........

    For any one woundering why some one would want to do this is when there is an easyer way, well its not just for plaing audio on the computer speakers, but just to know how it works incase we are able to do something alse in the future, or just for the hell of it.
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    umm do ur speakers have to be bluetooth??
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    edward9911 New Member

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    NO, all they have to do is be connected to your computer, but your comuter does have to b bluetooth to be able to connect with your divice.
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    Also, with Bluetooth, you CAN connect and play through a prius!!!!!! Confirmed working!
    But only with my prius for some reason...
  10. xFKSxSquirrel

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    wow not to be mean but who owns a prius(besides jeff dunham)

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