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: 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: Nothing to complain about - sound quality is great, battery life is quite good, very comfortable to wear and pair with bluetooth devices easily. Pros: - sound quality - build quality - confortable to wear - intuitive controls - great BT support Cons: - umm... weight? Nothing more i can think of. Could it be better?
Summary: After spending around £30 last summer when the jack socket failed , i decided this year when it went in to look for bluetooth earphones. These seemed the best value as i could find very few in the typical shops unless your wanted to pay over £200. Easy to use and set up and pairing with iPod was really simple. They word within at least the quoted 10 meters and are pretty comfortable. Quality is ok if i had one complaint it would be about the volume which is quite low.
Excerpt: "These headphones are different to any that I have used before. They have the perfect balance of all the key features required. Firstly the build quality is good, they are flexible enough to adjust to all head sizes, but don't feel like they would snap in your hands. There is a cushioned padding both on the underside of the top part of the headphones (where your head would be) as well as where your ears would be making it comfortable to wear and use ...
Pros: wireless, comfortable, great sound
Cons: uncomfortable if you wear glasses, crackly at large distances, difficult when using external speak
Summary: Bought these to use with my iPad and have found no significant problems with these headphones. Sound quality is excellent, they're reasonably comfortable (for on ear type) and the range is surprisingly good (10m or so depending on obstructions). I found them easy to connect, battery life is adequate and build quality is very good. I've not tried the competitors but these seem good to me.
Summary: These headphones are different to any that I have used before. They have the perfect balance of all the key features required. Firstly the build quality is good, they are flexible enough to adjust to all head sizes, but don't feel like they would snap in your hands. There is a cushioned padding both on the underside of the top part of the headphones (where your head would be) as well as where your ears would be making it comfortable to wear and use for long periods of...
Pros: wireless, comfortable, great sound
Cons: uncomfortable if you wear glasses, crackly at large distances, difficult when using external speaker
Summary: This is the first pair of headphones that I have bought since the 1970's so I cannot objectively compare the sound quality with anything else. To my ears however they sound good with clarity across the spectrum and a reasonable amount of bass. They are comfortable to use for periods up to an hour but I find after that my ears get too warm for comfort. This might of course happen with any headphones.