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    I've been experimenting with downloading some public domain movies on my Treo 755p, and using TCPMP to view them - trying to see if I'm really one to actually watch movies on my Treo. So far, it's been successful, but one thing I would like to do is to pump the audio to my Jawbone headset. I tried the Softick Bluetooth Audio Gateway, but it complained that I didn't have a compatible stereo headset. Of course, the Jawbone isn't stereo - is there another way to just pump the audio to the Jawbone? I would really not like to drag around a set of wired headphones just to quickly watch a part of a movie while waiting in the car, etc.

    Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dcigary View Post
    I've been experimenting with downloading some public domain movies on my Treo 755p, and using TCPMP to view them - trying to see if I'm really one to actually watch movies on my Treo. So far, it's been successful, but one thing I would like to do is to pump the audio to my Jawbone headset. I tried the Softick Bluetooth Audio Gateway, but it complained that I didn't have a compatible stereo headset. Of course, the Jawbone isn't stereo - is there another way to just pump the audio to the Jawbone? I would really not like to drag around a set of wired headphones just to quickly watch a part of a movie while waiting in the car, etc.

    Thanks.
    You could get a Bluetooth audio adapter, pair it with your Jawbone, and plug it into your Treo.

    Radio Shack seems to have discontinued selling them, but they're available elsewhere.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dcigary View Post
    I've been experimenting with downloading some public domain movies on my Treo 755p, and using TCPMP to view them - trying to see if I'm really one to actually watch movies on my Treo. So far, it's been successful, but one thing I would like to do is to pump the audio to my Jawbone headset. I tried the Softick Bluetooth Audio Gateway, but it complained that I didn't have a compatible stereo headset. Of course, the Jawbone isn't stereo - is there another way to just pump the audio to the Jawbone? I would really not like to drag around a set of wired headphones just to quickly watch a part of a movie while waiting in the car, etc.

    Thanks.
    We would need Softick to add support for the Jawbone. Plantronics makes a stereo bluetooth headset that can be used in mono which some folks have reported good results.
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