ITouch and the Jabra BT620s bluetooth headset

Discussion in 'iPod touch Accessories' started by Fabienne, Jan 8, 2009.

  1. Fabienne macrumors 65816

    Fabienne

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    I just bought the Jabra BT620s headset because it would run my cell phone and the iPod Touch at the same time. I get the impression that I have to buy something extra to get the iTouch to run with the headphones but what do I have to get? The Nike "dongle" for my shoe? An adapter (I think it's called an A125) to plug into the bottom of the iPod Touch. Do I need another thing to make it work with the Jabra headset and the phone? If so,what do I need to get? Thanks. Othewise I can't imagine that all that stuff is going to pair up, notably the jabra and the iPod. Thanks.
     
  2. Fabienne thread starter macrumors 65816

    Fabienne

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    ...and there is an item which is getting a good deal of praise on Amazon.com called the JVCIn-Vehicle AAT1008BT. Can anyone tell me if I am barking up the right tree? I guess that the question is still: do I need to buy something which plugs into the bottom of the iPod to pair to the Jabra headphones in order to work with the headphones and my telephone as well (I do not have an iPhone, I have the iTouch and a cell phone from my phone company and I want to run them both through the Jabra headset as it says I can do on the package). I am afraid that the people at The Apple Store are just going to grin and glide and not tell me anything I can use. :D.
     
  3. JaimesBeam macrumors newbie

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    How to set the iPod Touch to use Headset .vs Headphone Profile?

    I have a 2nd Gen iPod Touch and a Jabra BT620s
    Bluetooth Headset/Headphone.

    I love it for listening to music, but how do I get it to switch from
    Headphone Mode for listening to stereo music to Headset mode to use the
    microphone? I believe both the iPod Touch and BT620s supports both modes.

    Thanks, Jim.
     

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