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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful
on 23 May 2011
It paired up quickly with my PX210's, delivered quickly, good sound. The purpose of posting a review was to bring up something I didn't really think about critically or see much of in the reviews, and I admit I was probably a bit nieve and wishful-thinking, but the main problem: this thing sucks all life from your iPod (or similar device)!!! I bought a brand new iPod classic, headphones and this so everything was new. I have a 3hr commute every day, and find myself having to charge up my iPod at least every other day, and sometimes in between. That equates to approx 6 hours play time with this device before my ipod gets to a point of needing a recharge. For the iPod, it has a quoted 36 hours that Apple gives us (which in my experience - I could go an entire week between charges on my old ipod with the same quoted battery life). To go from 36 hours to 6 hours is quite disheartening. I am running some songs on higher than normal bit rate, which would bring down the battery life a bit, but not this drastically. I wanted to be free from cables, but now I'm almost chained to my ipod doc or power outlet. I have run a test and can get a good 5 or 6 meters away before I start to lose signal. great, yes, but possibly this is the cause for it sucking so much power? It would have been good to have an adjustment on the device to choose the range you want to emit the signal - as its always in my shoulder bag, much beyond a meter is overkill. Maybe this is irrelevant and I'm talking nonsense from not actually knowing, but maybe not.
My only other thing regards the design - it protrudes out a good inch from the base of the iPod. I wish they would have made it wider but shorter, i.e. so that it covered the width of the base of the iPod as opposed to sticking out as far. This would mean that it is less likely to cause damage to the iPod dock socket from being bent accidentally/inadvertently.
Overall its probably a great product, I just didn't think critically about the side effects of using a device like this and wanted to forewarn others about potential pitfalls.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 6 December 2010
I got the iPhone 4 and Sennheiser MM400. The link and hence sound would break up, until I got this dongle. Problem solved.
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on 25 May 2011
I use this with iPod Touch 4th generation and my iPhone 3G, paired to my QED Uplay Puck bluetooth receiver (apt-x capable). This then feeds into my Yamaha AV receiver.

The quality afforded by the apt-x codec is massively better than regular bluetooth to the point that I'm more than happy to forego any wired connection. Using spotify premium really adds another dimension to music listening and is so convenient.

As for battery life, on the iPod Touch this isn't a problem as there is only wifi working on that device - on the phones it does drain the battery a little - but you have to manage this more closely. I don't find it a big issue.

Matched with the iPod Touch this is an ideal music streaming device.
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Bought both this and BTD300 audio dongle for connecting to my new Senneiser PXC310BT headphones. Relatively expensive accessory but it works brilliantly with crystal clear sound and no discernable lag when watching movies on my iPOD. Hope more equipment now adopt the APTx codec and have it built in as standard. One subtle point that I discovered is that my iPOD will connect perfectly well with the BTD300 audio dongle but without being able to control through the headphones (as per 300i) apart from sound levels. So if money is tight, you could just buy the audio dongle which will allow connection to phone, iPOD, PC, televison etc.
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on 22 August 2015
This adaptor is just poor. Constantly breaks it's feed from just a little touch; it's like you have to be delicate during use, or endure constant interruptions of sound cutting off. The bulky fat size design is had is hideous. I have seen far sleaker ones that sit the base along an iPod as opposed to having this huge square thing plugged into your device, this making it more vulnerable and flimsy; it just looks hideous. Two stars was me being generous, because for its
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6 of 8 people found the following review helpful
on 29 September 2010
Sennheiser BTD 300I Bluetooth Wireless Transmitter for iPod/iPhone
Having spewnt the cost of an IPOD Touch 3rd Gen and PXC310 BT headphones I was very dissappointed to find that there was no direct compatibility between the two.

This transmitter gives the headphone controls full remote control functions Stop, Play, FF FWD, Next Song, FF RWD Prev Song and Talk through function which means the IPOD can stay in your pocket when in use.
Sound quality is good but I could not detect any improvement over the standard IPOD bluetooth.

The extra functionality this gives makes it worth paying ... quid for the dongle, as I'd already purchased the headphones and an IPOD, it just unfortunate that I had to shell out extra dough just to make my headphones work as they should've done in the first place.
The PXC 310 BT Headphones do not transmit to the IPOD for speech and this is still the case with this BT dongle (No Speech control). I entered this in because I was misguided by review comments to the contrary when buying the headphones.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 12 November 2010
Bought this for my Sennheiser headphones MM450 linking to myipod classic
Its fantastic though it should be included with and headphonescosting +£250
It links very eay to multiple bluetooth applications ie iphone , ipad , and my nano;s
seems to remember them all ! Briliant tho as it is so small Inearly lost it a couple of times. C'mon Senheisser put it on a key ring !!! Hasn't let me down yet.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful
on 15 May 2012
Arrived very quickly, at a good price,was easy to use and worked excellently and reliably. We are now able to use our I pod wirelessly with a Bose system anywhere.
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2 of 4 people found the following review helpful
on 9 March 2010
If you're using the Sennheiser px 210 bt headphones, you won't find a better way to connect to your ipod.

Sennheiser PX 210 BT Closed Mini Headphones (Optimised Bluetooth 2.1 Wireless Transmission)
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2 of 5 people found the following review helpful
I see that all the other reviews for this product give 5 stars... so this seems to be a problem with compatibility between the transmitter and an iPod Video, but it has been very difficult and frustrating trying to get the transmitter to start searching for the bluetooth headphones. The headphones are fine - they work great with everything else and I've just given them a 5* review - but if I were you I would NOT buy this if you're trying to make your iPod Video wireless. If you're using another another device, the other reviews would suggest it's a good buy.
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