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    Question Using Bluetooth Headset/Mic for PC

    Hi all,
    Another question... I recently got a bluetooth headset for my phone, which works great. I also got a mic/headset for my PC that plugs into the sound card... then I was thinking, since I have a bluetooth dongle, why dont I just use the bluetooth headset for both? I do some gaming but the quality is not paramount, and the PC headset I got is not a great one either...

    So first I would like your thoughts on using the bluetooth over the PC mic/headset, and then, how do you make the default sound device the bluetooth? I cant find any way to disable the regular speakers. Thanks!

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    Default Re: Using Bluetooth Headset/Mic for PC

    No idea soooory
     

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    Default Re: Using Bluetooth Headset/Mic for PC

    Quote Originally Posted by alandandrew View Post
    Hi all,
    Another question... I recently got a bluetooth headset for my phone, which works great. I also got a mic/headset for my PC that plugs into the sound card... then I was thinking, since I have a bluetooth dongle, why dont I just use the bluetooth headset for both? I do some gaming but the quality is not paramount, and the PC headset I got is not a great one either...

    So first I would like your thoughts on using the bluetooth over the PC mic/headset, and then, how do you make the default sound device the bluetooth? I cant find any way to disable the regular speakers. Thanks!
    nice info
     

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    Default Re: Using Bluetooth Headset/Mic for PC

    buddy no idea
     

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    Default Re: Using Bluetooth Headset/Mic for PC

    shouldnt be too hard if you were to find the proper driver to make it work. Probably would work great with skype!
     

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    Default Re: Using Bluetooth Headset/Mic for PC

    please serch (it dunya.com) may ur pro be solved
     

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