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I love the BT3030. I use it with the Jabra A120s on my iPod as well as with my Cyber Blue Bluetooth USB dongle. With the a120s I get about 40 feet away line of site (cubicles) or less than 20 feet through standard home walls. With the CyberBlue dongle however, I can use it all the way into the restroom which is over 60' away & through 2 walls & a bathroom stall. With the A120s you can only control the volume, but with the dongle I can play/pause & skip forward & back. I use this with my Oticon Tego P hearing aid & it works so much better than my Eli bluetooth adapter. The Eli would last MAYBE 1.5 hours for music, a bit more for talk. The BT3030 lasts about 5-7 hours depending on the volume I have it set to. It's really no larger than a real dogtag but just over a cm thick. It hangs from a ball link chain or from your zipper if you want. It charges via a USB adapter. Linking it with the a120s is NOT mentioned in the documentation, but here's how it's done: 1: turn on the a120s (make sure it's plugged into your audio source) 2: turn on the BT3030 3: wait about 20 seconds. 4: that's it. For the build in blue tooth on phones or PCs it's only slightly trickier as you need to use the password which is "0000" but once they are paired up, all you need to do is select "connect" on the device to be listened to & then turn on the BT3030. Even though there are bluetooth headphones out there, I like the BT3030 because you can use it with ANY headphone that can attach to a 3.5mm jack. In my case it's my hearing aid, but you can use your favorite set. The ONLY downside to it is that you need a usb to charge it and you can't continue using it while it's charging. But it's a minor complaint. I Also, it'd be nice if it had a user replaceable battery.
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