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I'd like to use the "iPhone Bluetooth Headset" headseto play music from my OS X laptop. I can pair my laptop and the headset without any problems, but setting the sound output device to the headset unfortunately doesn't produce any sound.

The problem is of course due to the fact that the headset doesn't support a2dp, but is there a hack/third party program I can use?

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headset doesn't support a2dp

AFAIK, no. Without A2DP it is not possible

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It is possible though to write a driver using a different protocol. But has anyone actually done that? – Jens Axel Søgaard Aug 22 '09 at 20:08
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Can't find something for OS X. Found a softy for WInMo, however – Sathya Aug 23 '09 at 7:30
    
Can you remember where? – Jens Axel Søgaard Aug 23 '09 at 11:43
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Here you go - davidmays.com/BTAudio Please do note, as I mentioned above, its for WinMo – Sathya Aug 24 '09 at 12:23

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