[maemo-users] Bluetooth headphones and mp3's

From: James Sparenberg james at linuxrebel.org
Date: Wed Sep 26 11:04:57 EEST 2007
On Wednesday 26 September 2007 00:00:07 Berhan SOYLU wrote:
> Another Cons: Bluetooth fries the brain, its very very harmful for the
> health... And needs more energy than wi-fi that means less stand-by time..

Conjecture on the frying of brains.  Largely as reliable as the word organic 
on the side of something I buy in the store.  (Define Organic.  Carbon based.  
All food consumable by humans is carbon based.)

On the second.  Yes when I'm using the n800 it does last less time than when 
I'm not using it.  (bluetooth VS standby.)  However WiFi phones don't exist. 

Still need to work on the dropouts though.


> On 9/26/07, James Sparenberg <james at linuxrebel.org> wrote:
> > OK,
> >
> >    Got them in today.  One set Jabra stereo headphones.  Installed a2dp.
> > Installed kagu.  Have music!
> >
> > Pros:  No wires! works with phone and Nokia at the same time.  Did I
> > mention
> > no wires.
> >
> > Cons:  Until I figure out out to start things from the command line
> > routing
> > sound to a2dp kagu is the only app that works.  Severe drop out problem.
> > Almost as if the dang thing was constantly buffering.  Not yet sure of
> > what
> > the best way to trace it all out is.  Working on that one.
> >
> > Right now.. I'd give it a 3 on as scale of 10 (mostly due to the
> > dropouts) with visible upward motion possible.
> >
> > James
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