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September 16, 2006

Bluetooth headset modification

at 5:13 am. Filed under DIY Hacks, Electronic Hacks

This is a cool DIY Bluetooth mod that looks like it gives you good results for a small investment in parts.

“Why did I do it?
Well, the original BT headset was kind of crappy. People were complaining that they can’t hear me properly, and the audio volume was not the best either. Plus, wearing it behind the ear is not very comfortable, at least not for me.
Another reason is that I like to hack things, just for the fun of it.
I want to mention that this is a prototype, so it’s not looking as good as it could. I use it only at home, so the aesthetic aspect was totally unimportant for me. All I cared about was for it to be comfortable and reliable.”


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One Response to “Bluetooth headset modification”

  1. jp Says:

    I want to make a circuit to turn the headset on somehow….

    This is for an always on audio transport. E.g. I won’t be around to turn on the headset….

    Any ideas?

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