Stereo Bluetooth

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  1. nintendodude

    nintendodude New Member

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    if you recall, I mentioned a few times that i feel there will be A2DP audio in the iPhone and possible the iPoT if they unlock the "bluetooth" in it

    here is some reassurance that I may infact be correct on this.
  2. kevio

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    BT headphones with the iPoT would be so sweet. What is the battery life on current stereo BT headsets? My guess is that the iPoT would outlast the headphones. Apple is probably manufacturing some as we speak. Get ready to drop another Benjamin.
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    *GASP*

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    i would love some bTooth
  4. AlliPodHax

    AlliPodHax New Member

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    no i think the iTouch will die first, i have a bluetooth set from iSkin, it lasts for like 8-10 hours man, and the iTouch with it on the whole wont last that long,

    Cheers,
    Ben.
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    A2DP broadcasts at 128K, I have songs in the 192-320 range. That would suck. Plus, most A2DP devices are HEADSETS: soooooo 90's. And the ones that are earbuds have boxes on them and a wire that goes behind your neck.
  6. kevio

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    The iPoT playing audio is said to last up to 22 hours with the screen turned off. Both Gizmodo.com and Engadget.com said they got almost 2 hours more than the advertising 5 hours of playback time with video. I didn't see any tests of audio playback time. But my guess is that it will get more than 8-10 hours if they are advertising 22.
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    nintendodude New Member

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    cool concept! i would love to get those!

    i have some Jabra (too lazy to check model nubmer) and get awesome battery life, the iPoT would die first for sure.
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  10. Mrn

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    Guys!
    I have that S9 from Motorola and it sounds really good.
    No comparison to the orig headphones!
    Unfortunately up to now I could only test it with a Samsung F300 phone,
    but there is this extra a2dp bt adapter:
    http://www.motorola.com/motoinfo/product/details.jsp?globalObjectId=179

    the only problem maybe is that the f300 most probably sent the
    stream to the headphone w/o decompressing it and the whole
    decompression happened in the headphone chip. But the question is:
    does this adapter connect to the audio line out pins of the ipod?
    (more details about pins on the ipodlinux webpage)
    If yess, then the stream is decompressed by the ipod, then recompressed
    by the a2dp transmitter, which is.... as we all know reducing the quality
    even in case compressing it to the same bitrate... maybe there is a more detailed review or technical documentation out there...
    cheers!!!

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