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JVC HA-W300RF
5.5* out of 10

JVC HA-W300RF

The HA-W300RF lets you enjoy great sound anywhere in your home. Read more

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Overall 8
8.0

Its a good deal.

Kevin E., Newegg
1 July 2006
  • Summary: I purchased a wireless headphone set a long time ago before the internet shopping came along and I thought as I purchased these, “Those last ones I purchased were horrible, with all the technology advances they must be perfect now!” In conclusion, they are not perfect, but they are decent.
  • Pros: It’s wireless. It has a range of frequency’s to choose from to get the best signal. It has an on off button and volume on the headset. And it has that little talk feature that can be used as a page directly to your headset. Make sure to follow the directions on tuning and usage for best results. ...
  • Cons: Range: The further away from the base, the more fuzz and distortion you phones will get. I would like to have seen a higher wattage transmitter. Frequency: The way you are to tune this set is by 2 analog dials, one on the base and one on the headset. It will take a little while find the correct f...
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Overall 10
10

Excellent

Chris K., Newegg
9 June 2006
  • Summary: if you have a history of breaking a lot of wire headsets. this is for you.
  • Pros: no strings attached. wire headsets are usually damaged the more you handle them. taking them off, putting them back on. setting them down, dropping them, getting the wire hung up on something and wire connections get ripped loose. accidents happen, especially if you use your set a lot. wireless i...
  • Cons: requires time to charge. 15 hours to charge from dead charge to full charge. (haven't had a problem with charge dying from regular use yet) it picks up background noise and chatter if you catch the wrong frequency. its not a major problem, you have to actively try to find the frequencies.. which ...
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