Being impressed by the aspect of being able hear music without having the bothersome tangles, I've found a way to do it using Windows 7.
If your laptop doesn't have Bluetooth streaming, like my on my Dell Latitude D530 pairing with Motorola S10-HD Bluetooth Stereo Headphones set in Windows 7 RC.
Before I start here is the different version of Windows that Supports* the A2DP
Windows XP: Won't on it's own support A2DP, but they make Bluetooth USB adapters which have drivers that support A2DP.
Windows Vista: Won't on it's own support A2DP, but you can add a A2DP profile without switching Microsoft’s stack. Service Pack 2 comes with bluetooth 2.0
Windows 7: RC does not have a Bluetooth driver (but comes with A2DP)
Use a Medialink - USB Bluetooth Adapter - Windows 7 Compatible
on your laptop.
I’ve also bought the ARCTIC Sound Headphones to use the A2DP music stream.
Step 1 insert in the Bluetooth Windows 7 dongle if your laptop does not include Bluetooth
Now install the bluetooth windows 7 driver
After the bluetooth adapter is inserted into the usb drive, Windows 7 will naturally slect the correct bluetooth driver. Now the bluetooth windows 7 driver is successfully installed.
Goto the start menu and type “Bluetooth” to find the bluetooth set up.
Select for Add a Bluetooth device, also, have your Bluetooth headphone is on and fully charged. Windows 7 will search for avaiable bluetooth devices.
If you device is listed select it. You may have to enter a pass code, just type 0000 or referr to your bluetooth headset manual
Next match your bluetooth windows 7 driver to the headphones.
Find control panel > Sound > Device > Bluetooth Devices
Choose your device and check the sound, select your headphones for the playback devcie.