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Bluetooth headset reciever on PC

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Alright very simple question, I have a bluetooth headset

http://www.mondetech.com/images/motorola%20h500.jpg

Motorola h500

I want to know if its possible to hook it up to my desktop PC and be able to use it in VOIP applications such as skype or ventrillo or what have you, using it as a microphone and preferably hear only voice communications through the headset speaker (letting my audio system do the rest).

I am running Windows XP SP2.
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Do you have BT transmitter on PC? If so, go configure to active and make communicate with your headset.
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I do not currently have a BT transmitter on my computer, if its possible I will buy one, and on that same note,  anyone have any recommendations or tips on buying one?
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