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Using garrett ms3 headphones on xterra pro

Dirt Duke

Active member
If you're buying the Garrett MS3 & transmitter setup new, you could buy the Minelab ML85 BT headphones for about $1 more. The ML85s are great and there are no cables, etc. to get snagged in the woods.
 

husb2230

Member
If you're buying the Garrett MS3 & transmitter setup new, you could buy the Minelab ML85 BT headphones for about $1 more. The ML85s are great and there are no cables, etc. to get snagged in the woods.
Yea i already have the headphones for my at pro
So would only need transmitter
Plugged a regular bluetooth transmitter in couldnt pair with bluetooth headphones
 

Dirt Duke

Active member
Yea i already have the headphones for my at pro
So would only need transmitter
Plugged a regular bluetooth transmitter in couldnt pair with bluetooth headphones
I started out with the 1Mii BT transmitter and Sound Blaster JAM V2 BT headphones (all from the big A online store) and that worked with the XTP. The thing I wasn't happy with was the BT transmitter picked up a small amount of interference coming from the control pod. It became annoying enough that when the ML85s became available I bought them. Also, the Sound Blaster phones were on-the-ear, not over-the-ear so they let a lot of ambient noise, like waves, traffic and people, in.
I understand your already having the headphones and trying to get something working. I hope you find something that works.
 
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