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BestTytn II add-on I've bought


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Hey,

I had a search to see if anyone had something like THIS but I couldn't find anything, so I thought I'd share.

I got this last week off ebay, it's dopod but works flawlessly with my Orange Tytn II on both Media Player and HTC Audio Manger aside fro the mute button that doesn't do anything. Has a 3.5mm jack to mini USB and a click on the back for you lapel/pocket. There is a wee hole beside the Dopod logo that might be a microphone but I haven't tested it yet.

Ipod is gone now, long life Tytn II.

Falfa

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I can't see what you mean because i'm on my kaiser and have T-mobile's bloody content lock operating, but if you mean what I think you mean then that's a mic, and the mute button will mute the mic when in a call...

but I could he wrong.

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I can't see what you mean because i'm on my kaiser and have T-mobile's bloody content lock operating, but if you mean what I think you mean then that's a mic, and the mute button will mute the mic when in a call...

but I could he wrong.

This one is excellent too - same device, but bluetooth, so no cable back to phone

http://www.expansys.com/p.aspx?partner=modaco&i=140285

Sony do one too, but I forget its name

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Hey,

I had a search to see if anyone had something like THIS but I couldn't find anything, so I thought I'd share.

I got this last week off ebay, it's dopod but works flawlessly with my Orange Tytn II on both Media Player and HTC Audio Manger aside fro the mute button that doesn't do anything. Has a 3.5mm jack to mini USB and a click on the back for you lapel/pocket. There is a wee hole beside the Dopod logo that might be a microphone but I haven't tested it yet.

Ipod is gone now, long life Tytn II.

Falfa

Come on, wer're in '08. Its all about bluetooth headphones without wires!

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Come on, wer're in '08. Its all about bluetooth headphones without wires!

very true. click on my name and view my post for the jabra bt320, does exactly what that will. but with the bonus of bluetooth and only £10

:D

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BT can't beat wires for sound quality though... :D

Agreed heartly, also on the commute wires are much easier on battery life. I has a Sony Bluetooth unit before that was pricey yet merely functional. Shoving this remote unit in and a pair of V-Moda headphones and perfection is reached on the train...

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