Who uses a bluetooth headset?

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  1. 42395_skyline

    42395_skyline Community Development Staff Member

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    If you use a bluetooth headset with your iPod Touch, please post a link to the headset you use.

    I am looking for a cheap bluetooth, maybe one I can buy off ebay. But I don't know what compatible.

    Is this compatible with my iPod Touch 4?
    http://cgi.ebay.com/New-Bluetooth-H...Accessories&hash=item4152d355c2#ht_1850wt_934

    I'm thinking of buying that for my iPhone 3G.

    Or maybe this?
    http://cgi.ebay.com/NEW-BLUETOOTH-H...ss_Products&hash=item3cb16128f0#ht_3192wt_812


    This is my top choice, I would get this if its compatible with the iPod. So please someone tell me if it would work.
    http://cgi.ebay.com/Slim-Bluetooth-...ss_Products&hash=item20b3fe2f80#ht_2215wt_934
    What do you think? Which would work?
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    I use a cheap samsung Bluetooth headset that includes a set of stereo headphones also. U can plug the headphones into the base of the bluetooth headset and you have stereo Bluetooth that sounds great.

    I purchase the set from Verizon for about 30 dollars. I dont have a link at the moment but the model is WEP870. Not the highest end product but works great for music. They do stink for regular communication though just FYI.
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    42395_skyline Community Development Staff Member

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    Ill look it up, and thanks for the FYI. If I like them then I will buy them for my iPod, and another for my iPhone.

    Lets see here...

    found it here http://www.buy.com/prod/new-oem-sam...ta/q/sellerid/28844336/loc/111/211998426.html

    Do the volume controls work?
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    xxhorseriderxxx Banned

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    Do you know that bluetooth will cut your battery life in half? Just a warning. It's great for doing things too dangerous to risk your phone, but wouldn't mind putting headphones into danger. Not many people have that problem, so I'm not sure why you'd wanna half battery life for the sake of taking the cord away.
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    42395_skyline Community Development Staff Member

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    I walk around with my charger. I never get under 80% battery all day. I would only use it for a little anyway. But thanks for the warning

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    The volume controls do not change the volume on the iPod, only the volume on the headset. I turn up the iPod volume all the way and then use the volume control on the headset to adjust back down. Its easier that way sine the iPod is usually in my pocket.
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    K thanks

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    Lets see what I do. I dont really like the look of that headset =/
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    Cords can be quite annoying, so unless you're going on a outing where you're not going to be around an electrical outlet, using bluetooth headphones is fine. What might annoy you more is when the music/podcast pauses or cuts out temporarily because something is blocking the signal.

    I have a Motorola S305
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