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Earglove sport stereo headphones with palm centro

I just bought these headphones and when fully plugged in i only get sound in the right ear piece. When i plug it into my laptop with the plug adapter they work just fine, so i guess it has something to do with working specifically with the palm centro. any ideas?

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  • tomasboman Jan 23, 2008

    Any solution to this problem? I see the exact same thing. Of course the guy at Best Buy said that it will work perfectly and I don't see how it can not work when the 2.5mm plug looks like a standard stereo-mic plug.

  • steadfast Jan 30, 2008

    i actually got some feedback on this, apparently you only hear sound in one ear because the stereo channel sends one signal to that ear piece and the other to the mic, so you need an additional adapter to bypass mic and make the earphones just work as earphones and not a headset, kind of a pain in the ass, on palms website u can look up headphones specific for centro, so best bet is to just buy those and you'll be good to go, unless you wanna do the whole adapter route with a nice set of headphones

  • Anonymous Feb 15, 2009

    Thanks for the info. It doesn't seem right that the box advertises this product to work with palm.

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I had similar problems......if your only getting it in one ear...the trouble is likely that the connection is not completely flush. many of the adapters from a standard headset plug (1/8) to the 32 don't seat evenly. trouble is the charging/hot sync port is elevated.....and it renders most adapters unable to lay perfectly flush with the phone. palm makes an adapter; or esle you can try centro accessories for the adapter

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Yes, I had the same problem.  Glad to see your post as it saves me much troubleshooting time.  Think I'll have to return the body glove set and go with the proprietary set.

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Ya must be a centro thing , i was reading on another fourm that www.softick.com audio gateway is the solution for bluetooth headphones butt im not sure about wired.

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