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Spkeakers for HTC Desire phone?


stlucia

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I see thousands of iPod and iPhone speaker systems, but I've never seen anything designed for use with other manufacturers' devices.

Having had a Desire for about six months now, and with all my music files copied onto it, I would like to be able to use it with some mini speakers rather than just with the headphones. Is a good solution to connect it via the headphone socket to something like Logitech's Express Plus click here ? Are there similar speaker systems that can connect using Bluetooth and, if so, is Bluetooth capable of transmitting music quality?

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bremner

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You will find that the majority of speaker systems with with iPod docks can also work with other phones and mp3 players through an input from the headphone socket. Even the layest Bose Sounddocks now have this connection.

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stlucia

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Thanks, bremner. Any info on whether Bluetooth is a viable means of connection for music?

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bremner

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Have a look here click here

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stlucia

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That's a good site, thanks bremner.

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