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Panasonic RP-BT10 Bluetooth Headphones (White) (Discontinued by Manufacturer)


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  • Compatible with Bluetooth-enabled cell phones
  • Works with iPod (5G, 4G, nano, mini)
  • Transmission range up to 33ft./10m in open space
  • Compact remote control
  • Rechargeable Ni-MH battery
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Technical Details

  • LONG RANGE BLUETOOTH RECEPTION
  • WHITE COLOR PANASONIC MODEL

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 2.4 x 5.9 x 5.7 inches ; 5.6 ounces
  • Shipping Weight: 1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B000OGNQF6
  • Item model number: RP-BT10-W
  • Average Customer Review: 3.1 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #471,781 in Cell Phones & Accessories (See Top 100 in Cell Phones & Accessories)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 14, 2004

Product Description

Panasonic RP-BT10Bluetooth Headphones (White)

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There were multiple bulky pieces and the instructions were extremely unhelpful.
avt
The transmitter's ipod connector falls off very easily and is bigger than a v1 nano.
nykije
Wife purchased a set for me and a little over 3 months later they were in the trash.
C. Washburn

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By nykije on January 26, 2008
The sound on this unit is great, but you'll need to get a better pair of earbuds to notice it. I have Sony MDR-EX71SLA Fontopia Bud-Style Headphones. The transmitter's sound quality is much better than the BluNa Bluetooth Ipod Nano Adapter but...

...the design is klunky. The transmitter's ipod connector falls off very easily and is bigger than a v1 nano. Also the power button must be held down several seconds to turn it on. The BluNa unit has it beaten in design, with a snug fit and auto power on but the sound is crackly.

Yes the only thing pictured on this amazon listing are the earphones but you'll want to throw them away. The package also comes with a clip-on bluetooth receiver with ipod remote controls and the transmitter unit.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By S. PATEL on August 1, 2008
I decided to give these a try with the iphone 2g that I have even though the Panasonic specs does not list it as compatible. I am happy to report that it is compatible but with a few caveats. Here are the pro and cons;

Pros:
-great clarity. As per specs, I can get 30-40 feet and through a wall before audio dropout.
-receiver lasts 4-5 hours of constant ipod/internet radio play.
-handsfree/mic quality is quite good. So, basically, when a call comes the ipod music will stop and you can accept or reject the call from the transmitter/mic button, and then resume from previous point on track.
-can be hooked to either stock buds or a aftermarket set or even to an external audio device such as stereo amp, car stereo, or tabletop radio with aux input. I have ditched the O.K. Panny earbuds for some B&O earphones.
-receiver unit can be charged by usb(mini cable included) or outlet(also included).
-receiver unit remembers previous pairings; even from different bluetooth units(saves time).

Cons:
-transmitter unit that attaches to my iphone 2g, as per previous reviewer, does not fit snug but is acceptable. Also, for the design enthusiasts, the transmitter that plugs into the iphone dock exudes 1/8 inch per side.
-receiver unit cannot charge and simultaneously receive signal. This sucks for me as I initially bought this unit to leave the receiver plugged in all the time and connect various devices(ipod ) on the go. But no go...
-initial pairing is a *itch, but once established is good to go.
-minor point=incoming calls whilst on internet radio or Pandora or Lastfm, does cause havoc by resetting system pair....

Conclusion
All in all, for the price, you cannot complain(at this point in time) the inherent features that this unit possess.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Julia on January 21, 2009
I don't consider myself to be an audiophile, but I can be picky about sound . AM radio gives me a headache, and I've been known to toss headphones into the trash bin when my music doesn't sound like it should. That said, I think these sound pretty good. The provided headphones are comfortable, and the design allows other headphones to be used (but, the included earbuds have a perfect cable length, so you might not want to switch them).

The pairing procedure is simple, even when using a different transmitter than the one provided. It easily connected to my MacBook and to a Motorola iPod adapter (not simultaneously).

The user removable/replaceable battery in the receiver is a nice touch.

It seems to be of good quality workmanship, but the design could use a few improvements. First, I'm not fond of the way it looks - it's shiny white and bulky - it would look at home next to an old-style iPod Photo. Secondly, the instruction booklet seems like random pieces of information, thrown together with little organization or editing. These are minor annoyances, and do not affect the use of the product.

My biggest complaint is that the battery life is very short. The package claims 4.5 hours, and it comes close, but that's not very long, considering the 3-hour charge cycle. Since it's only rated for 300 charges, it will need to be replaced very quickly if used every day. (A related annoyance is that standard mini-USB would have been a better choice for the charging interface.)

Another big problem is that because of its size (a little thicker and wider than a 1G iPod touch), none of my many synch-through cases can be used with the transmitter, not even my thinest silicone skin allows a secure connection.
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By Andrew D. Bales on August 23, 2012
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Absolutely horrible. The battery inside came corroded, and because I opened the containing door, it voided my 30-day warranty... Really?
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By Carrie on April 14, 2011
I have discovered several different applications for the product in uses throughout the home, car, school and while exercising. It allows a hand-free way to listen to my e-books and music, etc.. and do chores in the house and in the yard at a distance from my phone or other devices. It took a brief glimpse through the instruction manual but otherwise, has been simple and easy to use. The sound quality is good and I found the price to be reasonable and there's no need to upgrade to new headsets anytime you get a new device with its Bluetooth technology. I would recommend it to anyone seeking a hands-free solution to stereo listening at a reasonable price with good quality.
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