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Ive just bought some Sony DR-BT22iK bluetooth wireless headphones for the ipod, and they work brilliantly with the iphone. You get headphones, a dongle, and headphone charger in the kit. You also get a decent roaming distance range. You can watch your films as well as just listen to your music. It also has rewind/pause function on the earpiece, as well as incoming call function with built in mic. They fold up neatly enough to fit into your pocket. Or you could just use the same ones that you use for an ipod they fit into the iphone, if you don't currently own a pair then buy them at the Apple store or at your local electronics store. The iphone works with almost any headphones so you won't have any problems with buying headphones for your iphone.
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There is a special set of Earbud heaphones that come with the iPhone. Where the wire branches off into two wires for the individual earbuds themselves, there is a plastic peic…e containing the branch. There is also a sliding plastic part that controls how wide the earbuds go. With the iPhone earbuds, the part that slides is actually a pause button and microphone. If you press this button while listening to music, it will pause the music. If you press this button while the music is paused, it will likewise make the music play again. If a call comes in while listening to music, the music is automatically paused and the person talking to you is heard htrough the earbuds./ When you talk the microphone on the sliding part picks up your voice and the person you are talking to can hear you. Then when the call is over you can resume hte music through these earbuds. In reality, you do not need headphones to hear your music. The iPhone plays it through a speaker if there are no headphones in. The headphones provide you with a private way to listen to your music without bothering others. iPhones have a proprietary Apple jack and plug incorporating 2 (i.e. stereo) speaker wires, 1 (mono) mic wire and a single (common) ground wire. That's 4 conductors which requires 3 insulator stripes (verify this by comparing Apple's unique 3-stripe plug from your iPhone headset with normal 2 stripe stereo plugs on regular headphones or earbuds. Old (mono) plugs have just 1 stripe----pretty rare for speakers--but they are still typically seen on most cheap, purpose dedicated mono microphones. Problems MAY arise trying to use proprietary Apple stereo+mic headsets (what Apple bundled with your iPhone) in random 2-stripe plugs. Reports are that some work (eg. Kindle Fire) and some don't (eg. Kindle touch). But is it safe? That's unknown at this time. As a rule, treat the iPhone headset as something special and dedicated to your iPhone, and avoid using it in other devices (like iPods, Kindles, Sony Walkman devices, etc.. The last thing you'd want is to send a speaker signal to a microphone (a risk you might be taking if you try to mix-and-match which could harm the microphone, ruining your iPhone's dedicated headset). Our guess is that iPods are PROBABLY a safe place to plug in your iPhone headset because Apple loves its paying customers. But why risk it for mediocre sound? On the other hand, iPhones will happily and consistently output stereo sound to 2-stripe plugs without any issues. Thus, anyone's (i.e. MUCH BETTER) headset will work just as well in your iPhone as they already do in your iPod, Kindle, Walkman, etc.. So regular iPod buds will allow you to listen to your iPhone, (but they won't allow you to talk through them). There are some AMAZING stereo headsets to be had for a fair price such as Panasonic's RP-HTX7 cans (i.e. over the ears) and MEElectronics A151 earbuds. By the way, both and three others are featured on CNET's Top 5: Headphones under $50 which you can find with a search. None of this touches bluetooth. There are bluetooth stereo+mic sets available from about $40--some are really amazing--though bluetooth comes with its own issues. If you love to listen to music and take calls through headsets, these are also worth a look. I have the Motorola MOTOROKR S305 headset. It plays music and makes calls adequately. Sometimes the bluetooth dies during long walks. They're not really appropriate for driving "handsfree" as over-the-ears units aaren't considered highways safe (but loud stereos are???) They are great as far as they go--for listening to music and taking calls without a wire and without holding a phone.
Infrared which you can buy at your local Ford dealer. They stock two kinds factory installed or aftermarket 80 and 130 dollars.
All headphones with 3.5 mm are functioning with your iPod.
Can you make a phone call using normal headphones in your iPhone and talk by speaking into the iPhone?
You absolutely CAN. I do it all the time when people call me at the gym.
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not with the first iphone but you can use regular headphones with the 3g and 3gs and iphone 4
Any type of headphone is fine - but don't use i-pod headphones !
Yes it will, it's he Sam type of headphone jack. With the Button microphone on the right side of the iPhone headphones, this can be used with the iPod touch generations 2 and …3 to record voice memos and what-not.
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The jack on the xbox controller is 2.7mm. Unless the headphones are 2.7mm. But the jack is only for mics
Push pause... :)
Yes. iPhone 5 headphones come with the standard 3.5mm headset jack. The 3GS has the same size port.
Headphone amps are used in a variety of devices. They are usually embedded in headphones and amplifiers to improve the quality of the sound for the listener. .
One of the types of headphones used to listen to audio from an iPhone is the Apple headphones that come with the phone. Another is the wrap around style of headphone that is u…sed for exercise.