Jabra’s Mono A2DP Bluetooth Headset is Exercise in Futility?

Jabra’s Mono A2DP Bluetooth Headset is Exercise in Futility?

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You could say that Jabra knows a thing or two about Bluetooth headsets, but this has got to be an industry first. When most people consider listening to music on their cell phones, they’d love the opportunity to cut the cords and listen through a set of wireless headphones. In order for this to work, you’ll need Bluetooth A2DP.

Up until now, most (if not all) stereo A2DP Bluetooth headsets provide sound to both of your ears, but the Jabra BT8040 is a mono wonder. In this way, it looks more like a conventional Bluetooth headset, but you are perfectly capable of bobbing one side of your head to “What is Love”… baby, don’t hurt me.

Yeah, pretty weird eh? The reasonably small mono Bluetooth headset is actually stereo A2DP compliant, even though it only sends sound through one ear. I wonder if you can pair two of them to get a pseudo-stereo effect.

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