yes it can be used with virtually any audio device - either by Bluetooth (if the emissor supports it) or by cable. in sum, you can use this item with the ipod with the cable or wireless with the iPod Touch 5th Generation or superior. the cable is removable of course.
By David Monteiro on 19 February 2014
I do not know what CTIA standard is. What I can say is that I use this Bluetooth headset with my Acer laptop to listen to music from the music database on my NAS server and it sounds beautiful. Incidentally I had to use the Sennheiser BTD 500 USB plugin unit on the laptop to make it work.
By D. F. Downie on 09 March 2014
I'm not familiar with any TV that has build in Bluetooth transmitter for audio out, but Yes, with helps of converter here and there you can listen to your TV from your MM500X. However MM500X made especially for music listening and it has built in microphone so it can be used with tablet/smartphone for calling.
By Grandy Ko on 07 July 2014
That sounds like the low battery warning. Do you only get it in calls or maybe you don't notice it when listening to music. Try fully charging before a call and see if you still get the issue.
By Rad on 24 January 2016
As many headphones say that they have noise cancellation technology these implement a poor version of it. Compared to headphones such as the Bose it is not that good, but these are great headphones for the price and I do recommend
By Mohammed on 11 June 2014