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The Ipod Nano 5th connects to my headphones through the D650 but no with sound. Only play/pause next track last track are controllable. The motorola S305 head phone does play sound from the phone so they are OK... IS the NANO the leading cause

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I have the same problem with 5th gen nano and the D650. It pairs and i can use the controls but no sound comes to the headphones. I tried the headphones with the onboard bluetooth on my ipod touch and i had no problems. The problem only happens with the d650 and my nano. Someone has made this work im sure.

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