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Bluetooth headset

matt5968

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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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s_tevep said:
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.

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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An anyone recommend Bluetooth headset for iPad n iPod touch thanks

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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