Do these interfere with other bluetooth devices, like heart rate monitors?
I use a Polar heart rate monitor when working out, so I'd like to use both of these devices at once.
- Asked by Shaun S from Austin
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Bluetooth Headphones like these use an A2DP protocol to send sound to your device. Bluetooth 4.0 is used to connect devices such as heart monitors and pedometers. They don't interfere with each other so you'll be able to use both types at once without a problem.
- Answered by Russ P from Chippendale
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I use a Wahoo heart monitor with this at the same time. No interference.
- Answered by Aaron P from Austin
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I'm using a Polar HRM. Unfortunately, I experience a drop in connectivity and getting some noises. It is fine when I switch off the HRM. It also depends on where I hold my iPhone.
- Answered by Vincent Y
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I've noticed some issues using those exact earbuds and a wahoo HR monitor. I'm debating on whether it is my phone (iPhone 5) or the HR monitor. My runs begin with crazy HR readings and then taper off to more normal readings after a few miles. Without the headphones it has been smoother, but I've missed music in my ears instead of from my arm. Strangely enough, when I first purchased the wahoo everything was gravy. I'm thoroughly confused now.
- Answered by Brent M from Springville
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Does this device work with the Cyclemeter app?
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Does the iPod Nano (7th g) track calories burned using your heart rate (via heart-rate monitor),or simply based on generic formula of height & weight?
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