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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by Gershon, Jul 10, 2009.
As stated, how many times do you use A2DP?
never, haven't used it yet...
Every day, at least once a day. Usually several times.
I have no use for it.
I don't even know where my original earbuds are... so, A2DP, never.
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Same. It's very convenient!!
I rarely use it from the iPhone. My main usage is "Mac Pro -> Motorola DC800 -> Housewide stereo receiver" and then everyone uses their iPhones and/or Touches to control the music.
Every day at work, I stream music to my Sony Rolly.
I use it everyday. This was the most anticipated addition for me personally.....
lol I had to google what A2DP means...
anyways I use it everyday and I don't even turn it off. I'm surprised my battery lasts all day
I need to find some decent headphones first all of them look really strange.
Several times a week at least...
I use it everyday at work. It really helps when I go to the breakroom, or the restroom, I can still listen to music
Everyday with my car stereo, and soon even more as I just got a pair of BT headphones from woot.com
I try to everyday, mostly to listen to Yankees Games on MLB at Bat. Only lasts about 5 innings though; that combination is a real drain on the battery even on WIFI.
How close is your breakroom and restroom? I thought BT range is 3-5m?
i cant stand the radio stations around here so if i drive anywhere i have either pandora or my music play through my car radio.
Every day using it now........
everyday. Just waiting on the remote control profile and bt voice commands now
I have used mine from 40-50 ft away. As long as there are no walls in between I still got a glean signal.
everytime i'm in the car, it ROCKS!!!
Breakroom is about maybe 20-30 feet, and the bathroom is a good 50-60 feet, maybe 70. Both with big walls in between.
Bluetooth is designed for very low power use, and the transmission range will only be 10m, about 30ft. High-powered Bluetooth devices will enable ranges up to 100m (300ft)
That's funny because I just bought my first pair from Woot,com myself. They were only $20 so I figured, "What the heck?"
They're Lubix NC-1 and for the price they're great. My only complaints are
The earbud is a touch large for my ears. I have to twist em a bit to get em to stay in, and I don't think they'd ever be good for running.
Bass response is a bit week, but what do you expect for $20?
Now I hope the 3.1 update enables the track skip function as well.