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APX Multiple Bluetooth devices?


Premium Subscriber
Dec 1, 2010
Livingston Co., NY
Hi folks

I recently picked up an APX 7000 along with the Bluetooth RSM. With my APX 4000 I was using a COTS Bluetooth headset (Plantronics Voyager) along with a wired RSM. The process was to use the headset for receive audio and the RSM for transmit audio.

With the new set up it appears I can only have either the RSM or the headset paired. Once one is paired and I try to pair the other it gives a pairing failure.

With the wireless RSM is there anyway to also have a wireless (BT) earpiece for RX only? I'd be willing to buy something different than the Plantronics if needed.