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POLL: How do you listen your Windows Mobile music? [CLOSED]
Posted by Arne Hess - on Tuesday, 25.07.06 - 18:15:19 CET under 10 - Polls - Viewed 19976x
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Ok, now where Bluetooth Stereo became more common, either by some unofficial hacks, which enables A2DP in your HTC Windows Mobile 5.0 device or by default, I wonder how you are going to listen your mobile music?
Latest with the introduction of the HTC Star Trek and HTC Hermes, some of us might came into the conflict since HTC has left the stereo port but uses the (propriety) mini USB port instead. Not a bad idea at all if there would be a mini USB to 3.5 jack adapter available already. But in this scenario you can not charge/sync your device anymore, if you have plugged in your mini USB headset. On the other hand, you could charge the HTC Hermes using the mini USB charger, listening music wireless via Bluetooth and you could even sync your device in parallel via Bluetooth but is this the way you prefer to listen music? Or are you more "old-school" where you say you want to listen your music through the original stereo headsets or some 3rd party headset which either fits better or provides better sound?

How do you listen your Windows Mobile music?

Total votes: 66
OptionVotes%
I prefer to use the original headsets since they also includes a microphone for voice calls.1421.2
I prefer to use 3rd party headsets (with adapter) which serves better sound.2537.9
I prefer to listen my music wireless using Bluetooth (A2DP) stereo headsets.2740.9

Cheers ~ Arne


 

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