Summary: By esanta "esanta" The Creative WP-300 are a fairly rare breed: closed-style, over-the-ear mini-can style bluetooth headphones. Unlike the vast majority of stereo bluetooth headphones on the market today, they go back to only providing stereo playback functionality; you cannot use them as a phone headset. If you're listening to music on the WP-300 connected to your phone and a call comes in, the music will stop but you will not hear the call through the headphones.
Summary: By GadgetNerd I almost returned these when I saw how small the ear cups were. I purchased them to replace my aging Motorola S805. I would have to say I almost made a huge mistake. These are comfortable and sound just as good, if not better, than the S805. They are also very light. Upon pairing with my PC, I did have to reboot in order to clear up initial static. After that it was smooth sailing.
Summary: By Paul Mac I've had these for about a month and really like them. This is my first time with Bluetooth anything, and I use them with my T-Mobile G2 phone to listen to my Sirius radio app. The headphones paired up easily with my phone and the sound quality is great. They are very comfortable to wear and I usually am bothered by headphones after a short time.
Summary: Wife listens to loud TV in an adjacent room. Listening to my music allows me to concentrate on what I am doing without bad amateur singing or hyena laughing in the background. My only issues are they don't cover the entire ear and they are too warm and fuzzy to be comfortable over a long period. Gel ear pads would be perfect but probably even hotter.
Pros: Compact, Good Bass, Good Value, Great Sound, Lightweight, They work as advertised
Summary: By S. P. Sasanipour "S. P. Sasanipour" Like the other reviewer mentioned when I ordered these there were not any reviews on them so, I decided to write one. Here it goes: First of all let me mention that I am a big fan of Creative Labs and I had owned and currently I own number of their products. They generally make very good stuff.
Summary: By A. Paich "mangled_flesh" I am writing this review because when I purchased these headphones, there weren't any reviews on the product. The ear bud port on my sound card broke so I could not use headphones with my laptop. A new sound card is too expensive so I looked for alternate options. It came down to this or a set made by Sony. I decided on this pair because they charged via the usb port instead of an a/c adapter. I like them a lot so far.
Summary: Ordered these and am hugely impressed with the sound and build quality. Some headphone reviewers don't like Bluetooth but these are terrific as far as I'm concerned. Not the cheapest but many cost more - definitely recommended.
Summary: Bought these to use on the bus with my bluetooth phone. They lose connection very easily and do not block out sound, so you have to have them on loud. I thought I'd use them a lot, but I've gone back to wired for public use and I hardly use them around the house. Sound quality is good, but the concept is iffy.
Summary: I was looking for a all-in-one solution for my personal audio experiences. Bought these headphones and they are great, but bluetooth technology limitations create delays in the audio stream, which make them useless for TV, movies or gaming. If you're planning to use these to listen to music, you'll be very pleased as they have great sound for their price. Anything other than music, you'll be trading them in for a pair of RF headphones as I did.