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Best Travelling and Wireless Headphones

Editor’s Choice Best Travelling and Wireless Headphones

Logitech FreePulse Wireless Headphones – $99

Specs:

  • Protocol: Bluetooth® 2.0 with Enhanced Data Rate (EDR)
  • Range: Maximum 33 feet
  • Frequency: 2.4 GHz
  • Transmission format: Digital
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    CNet Says: Users looking for an affordable, full-sounding pair of wireless headphones that can handle the abuse doled out by long jogs and cluttered gym bags need look no further.

    3dxtreme Says: I have used the FreePulse Wireless headphones on both my iPod and my PC and I can tell you the experience has been very enjoyable. I’ve yet to kill the battery, rated for 6 hours of continuous use. Blue Tomorrow Says: Logitech’s FreePulse Bluetooth Headphones come a long way in providing an easy-to-use, private, wireless, listening experience that will sound good to most. The headphones have connection and range issues and their one-fit design will surely have many users grumbling. But we can certainly recommend these headphones to people who want to bring their audio device with them and not have to deal with routing wires from their pocket to their ears.

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    Sennheiser MM-450 Headphones – $590

    • Wearing style: On-the-ear
    • Talk time: Up to 20 hours
    • Charging time: Approximately 3 hours
    • Range: Up to 33 feet
    • Pick-up pattern: Omni directional
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    Sennheiser MM-450 are the great traveling, noise isolating, Bluetooth headphones that actually sound really good.  Apparently as Judefrom Headfi.org points out – some engineer at Sennheiser must have sold his soul to the devil.

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