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HTC HD2 Stereo Headset with Music Controls RC E160 (3.5mm,Black)

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Keep your HD2 in your pocket with the HTC RC E160 Music Remote Control. The Music Remote Control lets you easily answer and make calls and play back your music by simply pressing a button. Clip the stylish Remote Control to your clothing and you have music playback and phone controls at your fingertips. Also, with the built-in FM antenna giving a signal boost, listening to FM radio stations is crystal clear (see note below).

Key Features

- The RC E160 includes 3.5mm stereo earphones or use your own!
- Voice dial support
- Last number redial support
- Volume buttons
- Music control buttons
- Play/Pause button
- Forward/Backward buttons for music playback or FM channel selection
- Phone buttons
- Send button to answer calls, call waiting switch or redial last number
- End button to end a call or use voice dial
- Mute button to silence ringtone when an incoming call comes or mute the microphone during an ongoing call
- Hold switch to lock/unlock the remote control
- Two colours: Black or white

Note: Only applies to devices with integrated FM Radio function

Technical Details
Support FM antenna function (it's compatible with HTC devices which have FM radio function)
3 switch buttons for listening to miusic and answering calls
Standard 3.5mm audio jack
Built-in Microphone featured noise reduction

Shipping Weight: 0.12kg
 
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This is misleading as you cannot use the remote with your own head phones as stated in the key features

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HTC HD2 Stereo Headset with Music Controls RC E160 (3.5mm,Black)

Product Code: 188898
Our Price: £12.99 (11.30 exc.) Expansys
Availability: Normally less than 5 days
We have no confirmed lead time for this item - call for more details.
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Keep your HD2 in your pocket with the HTC RC E160 Music Remote Control. The Music Remote Control lets you easily answer and make calls and play back your music by simply pressing a button. Clip the stylish Remote Control to your clothing and you have music playback and phone controls at your fingertips. Also, with the built-in FM antenna giving a signal boost, listening to FM radio stations is crystal clear (see note below).

Key Features

- The RC E160 includes 3.5mm stereo earphones or use your own!
- Voice dial support
- Last number redial support
- Volume buttons
- Music control buttons
- Play/Pause button
- Forward/Backward buttons for music playback or FM channel selection
- Phone buttons
- Send button to answer calls, call waiting switch or redial last number
- End button to end a call or use voice dial
- Mute button to silence ringtone when an incoming call comes or mute the microphone during an ongoing call
- Hold switch to lock/unlock the remote control
- Two colours: Black or white

Note: Only applies to devices with integrated FM Radio function

Technical Details
Support FM antenna function (it's compatible with HTC devices which have FM radio function)
3 switch buttons for listening to miusic and answering calls
Standard 3.5mm audio jack
Built-in Microphone featured noise reduction

Shipping Weight: 0.12kg
 
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Hi,

I finaly created my own headphones withsome old headphones from Sony and the RC E160

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Hi,

I finaly created my own headphones withsome old headphones from Sony and the RC E160

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so did you dismantle the control unit and solder into there, or cut the cable and splice it?
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have you never held anything bigger than 4" in your hand?



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I dismantled the control unit...
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I dismantled the control unit...
Ok.. and much neater than mine

I managed to rip one of the buds off mine this morning (don't ask) so was forced to solder some other buds on, my soldering skills aren't as good as yours (and I don't have a fine tip on the iron)
workman<>tools etc :P


Does work a treat though, and now the earpieces don't fall out of my ears while riding to work ..
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Isn't this the original headset that comes with the device ? If so how do control the volume with it ? I think i missed something there ...
 
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Isn't this the original headset that comes with the device ? If so how do control the volume with it ? I think i missed something there ...
Yes that is already in the package.

The fine thing is that you can put any standard 3.5mm Audio Cable in it as antena if you want to use your phone as radio without headset

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