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Macally Bluewave

Macally BlueWave consists of a receiver that connects to iPod. T Read more

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Overall 7
7.0

MacAlly BlueWave Bluetooth Headphones

MacNN
20 April 2006
  • Excerpt: The Good Listen to your iPod without carrying it around. Great for exercising, doing chores, or wearing clothes that won�t support a belt.
  • Pros: Listen to your iPod without carrying it around. Great for exercising, doing chores, or wearing clothes that won�t support a belt.
  • Cons: May be slightly large for smaller heads. No ability to pause or stop what is playing on the iPod. Must remember to turn off the transmitter and the headset receiver to conserve batteries. Short battery life can make this an expensive accessory unless you use rechargeable batteries.
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Overall 8
7.5

Macally BlueWave Bluetooth Stereo and Streaming…

iLounge
20 April 2006
  • Excerpt: Design and Comparisons All three products include white glossy plastic transmitters that connect to your iPod and broadcast its music through the air. Macally’s transmitter plugs into the iPod’s headphone port, and unlike many top-mounting peripherals doesn’t use the iPod’s extended four-pin connector for power or other functionality; instead, the company uses a set of two (included) non-rechargeable AAA batteries to provide power, and a small plastic stub just to keep...
  • Pros: The iPod’s least expensive Bluetooth wireless broadcasting system to date, with battery-powered transmitter and headphone receiver that sound good, work for nearly thirty feet without major issues, and connect to a stereo with included cabling for better wireless sound than competitors.
  • Cons: Isn’t as fully featured as competing options either for non-iPod Bluetooth functionality or control of the iPod from a distance, earcup-style headphones may or may not be right for you, depends entirely on AAA batteries rather than rechargeables and AC power.
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Overall 5
5.0

MacAlly BlueWave Bluetooth Headphones

MyMac
20 April 2006
  • Excerpt: ) wireless technology to eliminate the annoying wires that tether headphone users to their iPods or computers. The Weeks Division of MyMac.com Labs spent some time using the BlueWave, and found it to be a fine product.
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