Turn iPod Earbuds Into a Cell Phone Headset



The Blueye is a clever iPod/PSP accessory that turns your earbuds into a cell phone headset.

Pair the Bluetooth device with your cell phone and plug it in between your iPod and your earbuds.

When a call comes in, the Blueye mutes the music, and a built-in microphone transmits your voice. The Blueye has voice recognition — answer a call with a voice command.
When the call’s done, the music resumes.

It has standard 3.5mm audio jacks and is compatible with most music players, the company says. It’s available from the UK for about $60 ($100) — the company says it ships overseas.

Blueye detail


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6 responses to “Turn iPod Earbuds Into a Cell Phone Headset”

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  2. Anders Adlercreutz says:

    If only it functioned as an ipod remote, too. Then it would be perfect!

  3. Sam says:

    these things are neat/good ideas but where is the microphone for this one? i assume it’s in this device which makes me wonder how i’m going to get it in talking range and not look like a total reject..