would the Jabra A125 bluetooth transmitter work

7racer

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I was just wondering if this would work with the iPhone until/if they enable the A2DP function.

I want to use it with the Giro Snowboard helmets.
*look under Tuneup wireless

http://www.giro.com/main.html
 

sunday888

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Not sure, as that's the Jabra adapter meant to add bluetooth capability to a cell phone. I don't know if it provides A2DP support. But, the Jabra A120s certainly would. That's the iPod BT adapter. You'd need to use an adapter as the A120s plug won't fit the iPhone headset socket, but if you can solve that problem, it will work just fine.
 

waremaster

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Aug 27, 2006
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I was just wondering if this would work with the iPhone until/if they enable the A2DP function.

I want to use it with the Giro Snowboard helmets.
*look under Tuneup wireless

http://www.giro.com/main.html
Hello. I have the A125s and I use it with the Jabra BT620s headphones on my iPhone all the time. When you plug it in it will ask if you want to goto flight mode or something like that just say no and the audio will work fine. However I am not able to control the ipod features from the headset (fast, forward, rewind, stop and pause). But for me I just set it to playing and dont mess with it anyway. The point is I am able to listen wireless and it sounds awesome.
 

7racer

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May 3, 2004
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Hello. I have the A125s and I use it with the Jabra BT620s headphones on my iPhone all the time. When you plug it in it will ask if you want to goto flight mode or something like that just say no and the audio will work fine. However I am not able to control the ipod features from the headset (fast, forward, rewind, stop and pause). But for me I just set it to playing and dont mess with it anyway. The point is I am able to listen wireless and it sounds awesome.
ahhh! thank you. From a post on CNET it seems to control the IPOD well thru bluetooth but wasn't sure of the iPhone.

I wanted this to work so that I could control the music while having the snowboard gear on.