Bluetooth Dongle That Enables A2DP, AVRCP On iPhone

Bluetooth Dongle That Enables A2DP, AVRCP On iPhone

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Add Bluetooth AD2P (wireless audio streaming) as well as AVRCP to your iPod or iPhone ! Simply connect the BD-906 to the 30 pin dock connector at the bottom of the iPod or iPhone, play a song or start a video, pair your Bluetooth headset, speakers or receiver and your ready to go !

Features
• Simply connects to dock connector of the iPod or iPhone
• Powered by the iPod or iPhone
• Compatible with ALL iPod models with dock connectors
• Compatible with the iPhone and iPhone 3G
• High quality sound reproduction
• Versatile auto-pairing with passkeys 0000, 1234 or 8888
• Independant volume controls
• USB pass-through for charging iPod/iPhone
• Compliant with Bluetooth V2.0
• Support A2DP and AVRCP

Specifications
• Operating Frequency Band 2.4GHz ~ 2.48GHz unlicensed ISM band
• Bluetooth Specification V2.0
• Output Power Class CSR BC5 class 2(under 4dBm)
• Operation Temperature 0 to + 60 degree
• Storage Temperature -10 to + 70 degree
• Transmission power consumption 46mA
• Built in pairing code “0000”, “1234”, “8888”
• Humidity 5~90% (non-condensing)
• Weight 15g
• $69 USD

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Lyrrad
Lyrrad - October 17, 2008 at 7:44pm
Macopoulos I tried your solution and man I wished it was a viable option. A few issues, no stereo (the phone option is mono tone only), the reboot is not convenient and when a new call comes in the phone went bonkers and I had to reboot. Additionally the other A2DP device options are not present (controlling the player from the headset). It is however the closet you can get at the moment. Thanks. And Chris, the answer is no, you can't sync a bluetooth keyboard, only the audio capabilities. I tried that as well. Wouldn't it be nice to have that as well as wireless sync. Dreams.
chris
chris - October 17, 2008 at 12:35pm
does this device make it possible to sync a Bluetooth keyboard with the iphone?
Macopoulos
Macopoulos - October 17, 2008 at 12:08pm
But my "workaround" works.. why not use it.. it seams that it's a hassle for Apple to embed it, so.. "workaround" it! ;)
Lyrrad
Lyrrad - October 17, 2008 at 11:21am
For anyone thinking of going down this road so you can finally use that bluetooth headset you own, some words of advice: 1. This is a wicked draw on your battery despite the fact that the unit has its own power 2. having the attachment means you cant just put your device in your pocket and go, the extra protruding part is a problem and you have to be careful with it, you don't want to damage the port on your phone. 3. You'll find that the distance from the device will be an issue. 4. You now have 3 devices to charge just to enjoy the pleasure of no wires. . COME ON APPLE, A2DP please! Doing these workarounds is simply not worth it, I've been down this road, its simply not practical and just down right annoying, I now have more hardware sitting on my shelf.
Macopoulos
Macopoulos - October 17, 2008 at 10:33am
Nice.. but i can do it for free!! :) A paring must be already set. You just go and dial *#307# and then answer the virtual call, don't hung up just hit the home button and try playing a song on mobileplayer! ;) That's it it works! But there is a draw back.. you must then reboot your iphone cause it does an infinite call-loop! Nice?
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