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Is it possible to have a Mac Mini running OSX act as a bluetooth headset for the iPhone? (sound comes out the mini's speakers, sound goes in the mini's mic)

I'm guessing that the mini would have to support the bluetooth headset profile?

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See also: apple.stackexchange.com/questions/4503/… –  Senseful May 18 '11 at 23:33

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I use the Belkin Bluetooth receiver to stream music to the speakers connected to my older Core Duo mini with the free LineIn by Rogue Amoeba. I'll check if it's possible to get microphone input to the iPhone but am guessing it's might not be possible. I'll edit once I have a better answer.

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I'm not able to pair my white plastic topped Mini (Core Duo) with a headset to accomplish microphone input. –  bmike May 30 '11 at 20:50

You could use http://www.airserverapp.com/ . It basically turns you mac into and AirPlay device for Video, Audio and Pictures. It will not use bluetooth, but your local network which has it's benefits, (range mostly).

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I'm looking for more headset functionality. The headset profile has ring notification and caller ID information. –  Justin808 May 19 '11 at 2:37

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