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  1. #41  
    That avatar is a great choice, Mol! I like your sense of humor, and tolerance for some people's crap on the forum!
    Charles

    Kyocera 6035-->Samsung I-300-->Samsung I-330-->Treo 600-->Sprint Treo 650-->Cingular Treo 650-->AT&T Treo 680-->AT&T Crimson Treo 680-->AT&T Black Centro-->AT&T Copper Treo 680-->iPhone 3G 8GB-->iPhone 3GS 16GB-->HTC EVO 4G
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    We have received a large number of inquiries about providing a stereo headset for the new Treo 600. In fact, we have received a number of phone calls from customers saying that Handspring has specifically been referring people to our site for this product.

    We tested the new 600 yesterday, and found that the Skullcandy SCx-N4 model (labeled as Nokia 2.5mm / Treo) works GREAT on this new model.

    We have always worked with the earlier models (270, 300, etc), and we have just confirmed that we are also compatible on the 600.

    You can check out the product at www.skullcandy.com, or call 435.940.1545 for more info.

    FYI; Skullcandy Link is a patented technology that links a users music player together with a cellphone through the same pair of stereo headphones. The product is available in three different models: Wraps, earbuds, and ‘Jacked.’ The Jacked model has no headphones. Instead, it is equipped with a 3.5mm headphone plug. This allows you to plug any pair of headphones you already own into a Skullcandy Link. There are hundreds of reviews of the product all over the net, so I won’t go into a biased diatribe of how well the product works.

    Hope this isn't seen as too much of a sales job in the middle of the thread. Just letting you know what's out there.

    Enjoy…
  3. #43  
    SkullCandy,

    I think we are all in agreement that your product looks very good. The question for the T600 users is - your link console has TWO jacks (one for phone, one for MP3 etc.), right? Would T600 users need to switch between the jacks (i.e. unplug one and plug the other in) to answer calls or have we missed something?

    A Link console with a hard or soft switch + mic and only ONE jack (2.5mm, 3 pole) is basically what we are looking for.

    Can you elaborate on HOW you used your product with the T600?

    Thanks!
  4. #44  
    bump for Skullcandy
    -Treo 600 on Sprint
  5. #45  
    Where's the best place to buy in the UK?

    Are mobilefun.co.uk any good?

    http://www.mobilefun.co.uk/product/2103.htm
  6. #46  
    Originally posted by Tamim
    SkullCandy,

    I think we are all in agreement that your product looks very good. The question for the T600 users is - your link console has TWO jacks (one for phone, one for MP3 etc.), right? Would T600 users need to switch between the jacks (i.e. unplug one and plug the other in) to answer calls or have we missed something?

    A Link console with a hard or soft switch + mic and only ONE jack (2.5mm, 3 pole) is basically what we are looking for.

    Can you elaborate on HOW you used your product with the T600?

    Thanks!
    bump... again. I really want to know this
  7. #47  
    Here's a question: Seems to me the first time I played an mp3 on the 600 I got audio without the headphone in the jack through the speaker output. Now when I take the headphone jack out there is no audio output. Did I imagine the speaker output? Did I somehow disable this feature? Did something break?
  8. #48  
    So, does this mean that other "Nokia™ 2.5mm pin style" jacks should work with the 600 also? I noticed the 3 black stripes on the Skullcandy model. Does the extra stripe not matter?

    -DT
  9. #49  
    I dont understand skullcandy?

    The one you reccomend is the one for the 300 treo which has 3 black stripes.. all indications say we are looking for one with TWO black stripes.

    please let us know.
  10. #50  
    i supposed to be speaking to head techie at skull candy agin on Monday, wan to t know if they can make it workk with one jack for music and phoen and miuc al at one time. If not I was thinking of ordering one and rewiring the connector end. elsewhere on the forum was a listing of which contact on the connector does what, it shoudl not be 2 hard to solder on 1 connector for two if, we can get a suer connectable end, (from radio shack or the like). After al it means only soldering a few wires, l shoudl think only f ends! into one, take care, jay

    ps I am going to offer to $ them extra do do so!
  11. #51  
    I have the same problem with my treo 600!!
    .... i bought a 3 ring adapter nothing in the headphones but only internal speaker!! the same thing occurs using the included headset with only one earpiece!! I also tried pocketunes and aeroplayer!!! I think this is a bug in palm os or treo audio interface!!??
    I bought this device to listen to my mp3's on the run and now I can't altough the treo 600 was supposed to!! should have waited for xda2 and sticked to pocket pc & co
  12. #52  
    The single jack prototype that PC-Mobile sent me is working fine for both phone calls and MP3s. Only thing they need to fix is the button, it doesn't do anything for now.
  13. #53  
    Originally posted by tjd414


    Do you think that this might be a workable solution?

    Heck, I really like this company's logo -- imagine a Treo 600 with a Skullcandy headset ... oh man, I'm so in it's not funny!
    Skull Candy website

    Skull Candy Backphones at Overstock.com for Music Device/Cellular Combo

    Skull Candy Earbuds at Overstock.com for Music Device/Cellular Combo

    Headphones and stereo hands-free cellular, all in one! You will never have to switch, schuffle, and fumble again. Simply utilize the sleek LINK console to answer your cell phone, reduce music volume, and complete calls. You can place calls while continuing to listen to your music!
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  14. #54  
    After reading the review on TreoCentral of a UK based Orange version of the 600, I bought a pair of Nokia HDD-1 headphones/mic for my US based GSM 600 (T-mo).

    Do a search on Ebay, you'll find hundreds of them for <$10.

    Here's the scoop. The HDD-1 is a 4 conductor plug just like the Skullcandy. It has 3 black rings and makes 4 connections like Treo 180 headsets do. In my 600 it works to serve up MP3s in both ears, and 2-way phone audio using the attached mic.

    The good news is that it works. Now the bad news:
    1. The plug doesn't stay seated very well. Why did handspring recess the socket on this? This is the same problem we have with using Radio Shack 2.5->3.5mm adapters for stereo phones.
    2. The microphone is complete crap. As with every Nokia product, they skimp on the electrical engineering and hope they can make it up with good code. Well bad reception and bad audio quality cannot be fixed with software. The ear buds sound fine, but the mic is weak.
    3. The sound is mono. You can clearly hear music in both ears, but when you play with the balance control on PocketTunes, you realize that you are only hearing the left channel. You get the left channel in both ears, but only the left channel.

    I have a feeling the folks at Skullcandy have not figured this out yet. I'm not sure if there is a work around, but I'd love to see one created.

    -Burt

    PS. If anyone wants a brand new pair of Nokia HDD-1 headphones/microphone, make me an offer. I think I'd probably take ~$12 delivered.
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