1. flipbeats's Avatar
    I saw when I went to options on pandora that there was a bluetooth option.
    I was wondering what the purpose of it was?

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    05-24-10 05:42 AM
  2. bow40's Avatar
    So you can use bt headphones

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    05-24-10 06:31 AM
  3. ratsttam's Avatar
    So you can use bt headphones

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    More Specifically, BT Stereo Headphones. It won't push audio through most standard, single side, BT Headsets. All you will get is a "click" every couple seconds.
    05-24-10 07:12 AM
  4. SCrid2000's Avatar
    I use it on my motorola s9-hd headphones; it sounds freaking awesome

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    05-24-10 08:43 PM
  5. Buiomente's Avatar
    I use my Sony DR-BT101 with Pandora. What's nice is that you can also use it as a wireless headset for making calls. Nice, crisp sound. With these on Pandora, there is a switch for skipping tracks in there plus for ipod.
    Last edited by Buiomente; 05-24-10 at 09:19 PM. Reason: added functions
    05-24-10 09:12 PM
  6. flipbeats's Avatar
    ahh alright gotcha.. i thought it would for pairing with a pair of speakers or something. thanks for the details
    05-24-10 09:21 PM
  7. Glenn J's Avatar
    How about sending it to a Bluetooth head unit in a vehicle? I use my "aux" port and a dual 3.5mm cable. I always thought streaming without the cable would be pretty slick. Or, using it to stream to a stereo. Currently, we use a 3.5 to two RCA jack adapter. I'm thinking with Bluetooth, we could keep the phone outside, and stream to the stereo inside.
    05-25-10 07:27 AM
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