Bluetooth wireless headphones for your iPod are a cool idea, in theory The BluNa conforms to the Bluetooth 1. Life in the slow lane: Smart Home by Brian Bennett Dec 3, The device is available in either black or white and features a sole blinking blue LED on the front, with no other interactive components whatsoever. Cannot change pairing passcode; a bit pricey.

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Although there is still room for improvement, the BlueNa has gone a long way toward convincing me that using Bluetooth headphones with your iPod is actually a practical idea. Interface Required Connector Type. No Strings Attached Before buying the BluNa, I highly suggest checking the Bluetooth headset you have or plan to buy to see if it can pair using passcode – the inability to use any other code is a serious “blue-per.

If you can get the device paired with your headphones, though, it’s smooth sailing from then on. Phones by Shara Tibken Oct 25, Life in the slow lane: Mobile by Morgan Little Oct 26, In farm country, forget broadband. The BluNa measures just 1.

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Usage of the device is so seamless that there is almost nothing to explain – just use your iPod the same way you always do, without any extra configuration or other steps.


In my testing, the BluNa made the best use possible of the Bluetooth headphones it communicated with. Antenna Antenna Form Factor. Cannot change pairing passcode; a bit pricey.

Why 5G is out of reach for more people than donble think 5G promises to revolutionize dongl, but those super-fast speeds will be hard to get in rural America. The device’s LED blinks slowly to indicate that it is transmitting and has a range of about 10 meters.

We delete comments that violate our policywhich we encourage you to read. If your Bluetooth headphones use any other passcode and cannot have their passcode changed like the i. This is a major dontle, although the headset makers are about as much to blame as AnyCom is. This adaptor is handy for charging an iPod or most Bluetooth headsets, but it doesn’t really have much to do with the BluNa.

Anycom USB-250 (CC3036) Bluetooth Wireless Adapter

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Razer’s Sila gaming router packs all the perks in its trademark black box. Networking by Aloysius Low Oct 4, In fact, since the BluNa doesn’t have a anyco port, you cannot use the BluNa and the charger or any other charger at the same time. The BluNa will easily pair with your Bluetooth headphones and blink its LED 5 times rapidly to indicate success – if your headphones use a passcode of Networking by Shara Tibken Oct 22, The blyetooth transmission is clear and consistent, to the point bluwtooth it is basically indistinguishable from the audio from wired headphones.


The device is available in either black or white and features a sole blinking blue LED on the front, with no other interactive components whatsoever. AnyCom’s BluNa Bluetooth adaptor, which is desgined for the iPod nano but is compatible with all iPod models with a Dock connector, aims to provide a more elegant solution.

Anycom Bluetooth USB Adapter USB-220 – network adapter

Nvidia launches GeForce Now ‘recommended router’ program So you don’t have to muck around with the settings on your gaming router. Smart Home by Bluetoofh Bennett Dec 3, True Blue So does it work? Video Games by Lori Grunin 10 days ago. With a name like “BluNa,” you would be forgiven for not having much idea what sort of product this is. Bluetooth wireless headphones for your iPod are a annycom idea, in theory Discussion threads can be closed at any time at our discretion.