Maybe contact the seller and see what they say.
If I recall correctly, the A2DP profile allows your headset to connect
to more than one device at the same time. For example, I have mine
paired to both my phone and scanner adapter, so when I get a call it
switches to the phone. (a very nice feature)
Clark Rennie wrote:
> A follow up on this topic.
> I ordered and received a BTT005 but it will not pair with my Jabra BT125
> It might be because I don't think the BT125 is a A2DP profile and the
> manual for the BTT005 states that it supports A2DP profile.
> I don't know if that means A2DP only or what.
> I also ordered and received a refurbished Jabra A210 Bluetooth adapter and
> it works perfectly with my BT125.
> At 01:12 AM 11/9/2012, you wrote:
>> Not as cheap as others, but the BTT005 looks pretty small - maybe half
>> the size of the A120S (about the same size, but half as thin). Looks to
>> be in the $25-35 shipped range on eBay.
>> I haven't tried these, so I can't say how well they work, but it's got
>> the right plug on it.
>> There are other units that are around $10 shipped, but they look larger.
>> Still, that should work. for those, search on the terms "bluetooth
>> adapter 3.5 -usb" (minus the quotes, of course).
>> Joe M.
>> MCH wrote:
>>> I noticed some cheap BT adapters on eBay earlier this week. I didn't
>>> look too hard since I am currently not in need of any, but I noticed it
>>> had the correct size plug for the 396 (3.5mm).
>>> Joe M.
>>> Clark Rennie wrote:
>>>> My Jabra A210 Bluetooth adapter no longer works (battery , etc. ) and
>> is no
>>>> longer available nor is the Jabra A120S.
>>>> Any suggestion for a replacement adapter with either a 2.5 or 3.5 mm plug.
>>>> I use this with Bluetooth ear piece when in a crowd.
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