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    How well does the A2DP work on the Pre? Any issues receiving and handling calls while listening to music and resuming music/media after the call?
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    Not yet. Worked perfectly for me with the Moto S9. I'm still a little unsure of the volume (I think it could be a little louder) but otherwise I've paired it with my Moto as well as my Parrot hands-free in the car. Works like a freakin charm!!!
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    anybody try PRE with a single ear BT headset? results?
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    I just tried my Motorola H700, it used to work with the Q9c but not with the A2DP phones....Dang it, that is my fav. headset b/c ease of use!!!!! Hooked up one of of SIngle A2DP headsets and it worked like a charm though...
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    works killer with my Motorola head set S9
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    well if any one could help me out, I have succesfully paired the pre to my bt stereo. it handles calls just fine and bt stereo controls also work, but when I try playing music the sound doesnt come through. is there an additional step i am missing
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    in media player send to
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    It's good quality using A2DP stereo. I've heard better using the registry hacks on the 800w, so hopefully someone releases a hack to improve the quality.
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    As much as I hate to say it my Storm sounds better, the audio is good but for someone like me who can't stand bad audio quality it's a not good enough. I have paired the Pre with my Ford Flex and a Blackberry Bluetooth audio gateway. On both some songs have a very bad digital sound, sort of like a 64kbps mp3, it's most noticeable on songs with lots of symbols and highs. i would say 75% of people won't care and think it sounds great. I am sure (hope) they make it better in a future release.
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    worked great for my Moto S9-HD

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