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Bluetooth Stereo on the Shadow

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Has anyone tried playing music with the Shadow, to stereo Bluetooth headphones?

On my MDA, it doesn't play very well--music starts and stops frequently, skips, etc.

I'd like to hear from those who tried BT stereo on the Shadow. How well does it work?

Thank you.


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Works well with my Motorola S9 headset. I've noticed the volume via bluetooth on the Shadow is >a lot< higher than with my Dash, for the first time I have to make sure it's not up all the way when I put the headphones on. On the flip side though, I can literally watch the battery level go down. Streaming via EDGE with bluetooth quickly sucks the life from the battery. Also, you might want to change the registry as follows:

HKEY_LOCAL_MACHINE\ SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Bluetooth\A2DP\Settings

-- Set UseJointStereo to 0

Edited by chaznet

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