This earpiece doesn't support A2DP, which is the standard for streaming high quality stereo audio to devices such as car stereos. It is designed only for phone talks. You will need to pay more bucks for a headset supporting A2DP.
The music you heard during a phone call is actually a "bug" in Android: the music is reduced in quality and mixed with phone voices. Some apps actually exploit this bug, which cheat the BT earpiece as if it was on a phone call, and stream the music in lower quality. You can check out "BT Mono" on the market. I actually don't use such apps for music on my BT earpiece because it sounds like crap. However, it is useful for video chats that I don't need to use the loudspeaker.
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Originally Posted by wonderbread24
A friend of mine has that pair of BT headphones and I was not able to even pair my phone with them. I tried three different roms and I still couldn't get them to connect.
I'll stick with my S9-HD's
The BT pairing is pretty standard across all roms (even operating systems). I don't have an issue at all using this earpiece in different roms. Have you read the manual of the earpiece? You need to long-press the buttons in a weird way I can't recall to enter the pairing mode. All BT headsets have the similar design for security reasons.