Bluetooth headset

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    An anyone recommend Bluetooth headset for iPad n iPod touch thanks
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    I've just bought the Jabra Wave+. A bit pricey at £40 but brilliant. Comfy, great sound, syncs with 2 devices at the same time and even works spot on with Skype video calls. Can't fault it.
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    I'll second that. Been using the Jabra for months now with no problems. Only thing I can't do is make a voice activated call on one phone, then make another on the other phone. It defaults to the last used device. Apart from that, perfect.
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    Hi Matt - welcome to the forum! :)

    The type of BT headset you may want will depend on its intended purpose - do you plan to listen to music (thus both ears needed ;)) and/or use the device for phone calls (or both?) - for myself I have the Rocketfish BT phones below (currently $34 on Amazon) - only listen to music on my iPod although can be also used w/ a phone. Good luck in your selection!

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    I'd recommend Jabra Clipper. Not only I can connect my favorite wired earphone to my Jabra but I can also connect my Jabra to any nonbluetooth component by using a mini jack (3.5mm). Reason for buying that is when I visit friends, I can play my music to their components. Now I have good party music.
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    that's the question, i never mind which brand of the Bluetooth headset as long as it can be used... i searched at google for you, but the first question is still amazon... maybe you can try choose one at amazon!
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