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Best Wireless Headphones

Posted on 2011-03-23
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I am looking to drop up to a max of 1K on wireless headphones, but I cant seem to find any that suit my needs.

Do we have the technology to have wireless headphones that do not rely on a docking stand to receive their signal?

For example, an adapter which has a 3.5mm jack transmitter that plugs into a computer jack/Ipod jack and then the headphones, which receive the signal from the transmitter.

As for charging it's OK if a stand is used for that, or if it requires batteries, but I can't find anything like this on the market.

The closest thing I found were USB digital wireless headphones, but that wouldn't work for a MP3 Player :P
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do you want earbuds or wireless headphones?  i personally tested out the logitech g930 for a little bit and they worked great.  just a usb charger and dock station built in one.  it was very nice even for gaming.  i would try those out.  but if you wanted to spend more money i would try these out:

http://www.amazon.com/Pioneer-SE-DIR800C-Headphones-Headphone-Technology/dp/B0007XL43M/ref=sr_1_33?ie=UTF8&qid=1301708409&sr=8-33

honestly though this would be a great question over at www.head-fi.org.  it is the best headphone site on the web.  im a member and could even ask for you if you wanted me to.  they are a big help over there and are excellent advice givers.  i just need the points on here though so i can get a free account.  only 2000 more!  let me know if you have any more questions.
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u rock
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