I recently bought a set of Logitech H800 headphones for my Mac. Any time I connect them via bluetooth, iTunes launches. Is there a way to stop iTunes from launching just because I've connected a bluetooth device?

  • Did the headphones come with any software to be installed on the Mac? Often this software is responsible for doing such things. – Corey Edwards Oct 14 '12 at 5:26
  • I have the exact same problem. Have you worked out how to get the high quality audio to come back on when the microphone is no longer needed? This might help you with general quality (but not after using an app that accesses the microphone): gdgts.de/mac-os-x-bluetooth-audioausgabe-verbessern – fommil Dec 4 '12 at 18:09

According to a thread on superuser, in the system preferences, disable launching iTunes for audio CDs will stop that.

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  • AAAAARGHHH!!!! I thought this would work but when I tried it today it didn't. I can't fault you as you freely admitted referring to somebody's answer, but I regret paying you the bounty now :-P – fommil Dec 7 '12 at 9:58

In System Preferences, disable launching iTunes for audio CDs.

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    The preference is in the System Preferences for CD and DVD, not iTunes. This answer is misleading – I would have voted down if I had the points on this network. – fommil Dec 6 '12 at 9:06
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    That, and also it doesn't work, at least not with Mountain Lion and iTunes 11. – tedev Dec 30 '12 at 13:14

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