FreeRunner Pricing and PVT update
thomas at gstaedtner.net
Fri Apr 18 17:25:43 CEST 2008
What you wrote, Gilles, is a problem. I can't imagine, that FIC produced
headsets that would fit for the neo only (why should they?), so I strongly
assume that the headset is a standard device. Maybe you should describe what
exactly didn't work, so we can try to figure out what the problem is.
I can only guess: it could be a problem with the alsa settings, or maybe the
impedance of the headsets was just different.
On Fri, Apr 18, 2008 at 2:30 PM, Gilles Casse <gcasse at oralux.net> wrote:
> thomasg wrote:
> > "We all"? At least not me.
> > There are a bunch of wired headsets, headphones, I never used one of it.
> > I also haven't ever seen somebody walking around with a wired headset in
> > the last 3 years.
> > Imho that's one of the most useless accesoires that comes with mobiles.
> > If I want to listen to music, I'll take my good headphones, if I want to
> > do a call, I use my bluetooth headset.
> > I can't see a "most of us" here. Most of us won't need a headset at all,
> > some will, and some of them don't want it wired.
> > So get it yourself if you want to pay for it. I don't.
> > Why do you need a brand? Just get a headset with a 2.5mm plug, it should
> > work.
> I exclusively use the neo1973 with a headset for voice synthesis feedback.
> When I lost the original headset, I bought three other ones elsewhere :
> none of them was compliant with the Neo. Thankfully, I retrieved the lost
> original headset...
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