Listening to Music through Bluetooth

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  1. 5150

    5150 New Member

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    Sorry, newbie here with a Droid X.

    Was looking for a way to listen to music through a mono bluetooth earpiece. Mostly podcasts, sports talk, so it's not important to have a full set of headphones on.

    Any help would be appreciated.
     
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    5150 New Member

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    anybody???:)
     
  3. mcatdtDroid

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    it can't be a certain type.... the one ear piece style like this won't work.....

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    but rather, you need a stereo bluetooth... this is what I have
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    No complaints.... controls on the ear peice for song skip, ffd, rwd, mute, volume....
     
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    So, no mono one will work?
     
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    Not true, there are regular BT headsets that support A2DP. While it wouldn't sound very good, many none headphone BT headsets do have A2DP.
     
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    Like i said i am only listening to sports talk radio.
     
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    quebert New Member

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    Then all you need to look for is a headset with A2DP, you don't need to spend $80 on BT headphones to listen to talk radio.
     
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    Go to Sams Club and get a Blue Ant V1. It supports that feature.
     
  9. Bilgediver

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    I bought a Motorola Headset from the Verizon Store itself. It has that "Moto-Speak" so it not only sends music and what not to my earpiece, it even sends my Google Navigation Turn-by-turn through my earpiece (which is nice)

    H17txt with MotoSpeak? - Overview - Motorola USA

    Google Product Search online

    You can find them online anywhere from $30 to $60 or higher.
    Its easy to use, flipping open the microphone part starts it up automatically putting it into pairing mode so even if you swap phones or devices its a snap. My previous Jawbone 2 had an awkward arrangement to put it into pairing mode.
     
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    Everything works with altec lansing / plantronics backbeat 906R. Can use to talk and switch in and out of bluetooth connected to droidX.
     
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