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Topic # 5481 1-Nov-2005 11:29
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Hi
Has anyone else tried this combination for listening to MP3's?
The devices are communicating no problem but there is a clipping static type noise along with a very brief but irritating signal drop every 3 to 5 secs when I listen to music.
I've tried turning off all other programmes, reducing the bitrate, using Winampaq instead of the Media player, and all my addon programmes and music are on a storage card.
All without success........
Stereo headphones anyone, cheap?

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Reply # 22413 1-Nov-2005 12:15
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could be the HP6315's BT radio isn't that great? my partner has ipaq 6315 and using it with Jabra BT (not stereo) and was ok though.


hey, where did you get HP's BT stereo headphone? i've been interested to get either Creative's BT headphone or Logitech's BT headphone, and all of them are around $200+ :-S




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Reply # 22456 2-Nov-2005 11:46
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Hi Chiefie
You could be right about about the 6300 series bluetooth but it may also be an issue with the widcomm driver, some kind of buffer issue or other stuff way beyond my current knowledge.

The headphones are from HP but are secondhand (still in box) bought on TradeMe. They appear to be identical to Logitech headphones available from Ascent.

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Reply # 22457 2-Nov-2005 11:50
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apparently, from what I have seen on the screenshot. HP's Bluetooth is a rebrand of Logitech's black BT headset.

I'd rather get Logitech's as it comes with a separate 3.5mm bluetooth headset transmitter, just in case you use it on other than HP's devices. hehe :-D useful!




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