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Softick Audio Gateway: Listen to Palm wirelessly!

Softick Audio Gateway

Softick Audio Gateway is the first audio streaming solution for Palm OS handhelds which allows to connect Palm OS handheld to the Bluetooth® stereo headphones and listen to digital audio played by any Palm OS applications including multimedia players, audio book readers, games.


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Current product version 1.25


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Order Softick Audio Gateway (19.95 USD)


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User Guide [English, pdf, 368Kb]

Installation Manual [English, pdf, 24Kb]

User Guide [Russian, pdf, 394Kb]

  What our customer says:  

Have used AudioGateway since I got a Logitech F-0361A for my Palm T|X. Sound quality and connection/pairing is reliable and range is fantastic. Later, when I got a Motorola HT-820, much to my surprise, the NEXT and PREV track buttons, as well as the volume controls worked as they should. Sound quality with the HT-820 was the best from simple headsets I've ever heard. When I got a Nokia HS-71W with built in mic, I was able to record memos as well. AudioGateway has the complete suite of BT1.1 *and* BT2.1 A2DP protocols as well and all work as advertised.

--- Joe Perkins

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