Since I am new here, I wanted my first post(other that the meet and greet post) to hopefully be a contribution and perhaps help a few folks.
One of the most annoying things when using a corded set of headphones is catching the cord on brush and whatever else it might be attracted to. Well, I recently discovered there was such a thing as wireless headphones but could not find any that I thought I would be satisfied with, so with some research, this is what I came up with.
I bought a Taotronics blue tooth transmitter $29.95, a set of Cowen noise canceling low latency blue tooth headphones $59.99 and a Moborest 1/4" male to 1/8" female stereo adapter $9.98(2 to a pkg). Plugged adapter into my MXT, plugged transmitter into adapter, turned everything on including MXT, followed simple directions for pairing trans. to headphones and low and behold I now have wireless headphones for my detector.
I put a small square of sticky back velcro on the transmitter(which is very small) and the another on the side of the machine and just stuck them together, to hold the trans. in place. The trans. can always be unplugged and remover if warranted.
I found everything on Amazon.
This may be old knowledge to some but I maybe there are a few folks this info. will help.
Anyway, glad to be here and hope this will help someone.
Su Amigo, Canoe
Plug in a booster/headphones into the WM12 (Gpz7000) or plug it directly into the 7000??
Obviously, wire-free would be more convenient but would the signal be clearer/stronger going hardwired?
(I'm not concerned about the minute bit of lag when using a wireless system)
Thought i would ask before testing this on my next trip.
Hopefully someone can help me. I have an Equinox 600 that I can pair my earbuds to but I hear no sound. The earbuds are paired as Bluetooth + as indicated on the machine. I have tried other earbuds with the same problem. I have reset the machine multiple times. I am using Soundpeats Q12HD earbuds. I am at a loss. Thanks
Hi all, and thanks for letting me join.
I know this has been asked previously but I was recommended (by another forum user) to get a pair of AptxLL Qualcomm headphones to use with my 600. The ones I went for were August EP640 4.1, which is the same ones the user said works perfectly for.
Ok, charged them up, switched on 600, switched on headphones to search for BT. No joy, tired it every way but alas, no luck. Two strange things, I can connect a pair of crappy standard headphones in a few seconds to the 600 but the lag and sound is so crappy it's a non-runner. I can also connect my EP640s to my phone , laptop and tablet in seconds. But not my 600. I sent him a message to ask what his experience with them was, he replied that he couldn't understand as his connected easily. Help!
Has anyone any answers/tips/reasons?
Many thanks in advance. (Paddyspurs)
By Mark Gillespie
The microphone on my grandsons head set stopped working so his mother bought him a new set. I got the hand me down to use for listening to music. But thought I'd try something this morning. Combining with my WM 08 I found the most perfect combination to date. Great sound quality, blocks out the outside noise and feels great. The best combination to date. Very light weight and the head strap is angled to reduce fatigue on the ears. And no 1/4 to 1/8" adapter needed. Zero lag time of course.