Currently Being ModeratedJan 5, 2012 4:47 PM (in response to Lloyd)Re: Mobile In needs upgrade to program(bluetooth)
Thank you for the feature request. Do you find the latency of your other apps while playing over Bluetooth to be problematic for playing? Without Bluetooth, Mobile POD has very low latency so we are somewhat concerned that users may find Bluetooth latency to be a poor playing experience.
Currently Being ModeratedJan 6, 2012 5:58 AM (in response to gChrisG)Re: Mobile In needs upgrade to program(bluetooth)
Based on what I've read concerning other applications, Bluetooth latency varies depending on implementation in software (i.e. on a per-application basis.) I'll second the request for Bluetooth support, and obviously minimizing latency would be best.
Headphone cables and guitars are always a clumsy, distracting combination.
Currently Being ModeratedJul 11, 2012 6:50 AM (in response to gChrisG)Re: Mobile In needs upgrade to program(bluetooth)
I just bought the mobile in and must say I am extremely irritated and frustrated with this situation.
I use wireless Bluetooth speakers & headphones with my iPad but neither will work with this app.
There is no mention of this on your product description, in the app store, in the product manual or even in the app itself.
It was only after purchasing this device and testing it out that I discovered it is incapable of this task.
Needless to say I am seriously considering getting a refund on this item.
In terms of latency, I haven't noticed any issues with my other apps using my Bluetooth speakers, you could at least give people the option of using Bluetooth, even if it is a sub optimal choice.
(As someone stated before, guitar & cabled headphones do not mix well.)
Currently Being ModeratedJan 14, 2012 1:57 PM (in response to Lloyd)Re: Mobile In needs upgrade to program(bluetooth)
Bluetooth transmitter dongles are available on eBay for around $18-$20, which can be attached to the headphone jack on the iDevice and transmit stereo audio to any bluetooth receiving device, bypassing the internal iDevice bluetooth setup.