Bluetooth Headset compatible to Freerunner?
k-marken at online.no
Tue Jul 1 15:11:08 CEST 2008
On Tuesday 01 July 2008 07:09:06 Vinc Duran wrote:
> On Mon, Jun 30, 2008 at 4:01 PM, Kyle Gordon <kyle at lodge.glasgownet.com>
> > On Monday 30 June 2008 14:10:23 steffen.linux at gmx.de wrote:
> >> Hey guys,
> >> I've a questition and I hope that someone could help me:
> >> I'm searching for a bluetooth headset with 2 ears and 1 mic that I can
> >> connect to the Freerunner, so I can hear music...and if a call comes in,
> >> press a button (at the headset or at the neo, that doesn't matter) and
> >> I can hear the other person over the headset and speak with him/her over
> >> the mic of the headset.
> >> Is that possible? Where can I find such headsets?
> >> With kindly regards
> >> Steffen
> > I use the SE HBH-DS980
> > (
> > and it's fantastic. Awesome sound, great clarity, much shinyness, and
> > only wires from the bluetooth unit to the ears. It uses A2DP, does magic
> > book stuff, and will quietly interrupt music to take a call.
> > I'm praying that the FreeRunner supports A2DP so I can use the headset as
> > used to :-)
> > Cheers
> > Kyle
> > --
> > Kyle Gordon - 2M1DIQ
> > kyle at lodge.glasgownet.com
> > http://lodge.glasgownet.com
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> Magic address book stuff? Does that mean it announces the calling party? I
> love my JawBone <http://www.jawbone.com> but I have to look at my phone to
> see who's calling.
i think its as sonyerricson only feature or something.
its the same thing they use on their watches:
where if its paired up with a recent sonyericsson phone, it can display the
number (or name if stored in the phones contacts) of whoever is calling.
i dont recall this being part of the official bluetooth spec at any point...
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