Summary: Already own a pair which my partner uses, so bought thus pair to replace a Sony Wireless set... Excellent sound quality, comfortable and integrate really well with my HTC phone when I have to take phonecalls. Highly recommended.
Finally a completely wireless solution to entertainment at home!
Hazim El Halabi, Amazon
13 April 2014
Summary: I know I'm a bit behind on wireless headphones. I have been using infrared headphones since 1998. Although wireless, but I still had a wire from the electrical socket to the transmitter, then from the transmitter to my pc. Also the range wasn't very good and I always had to stay "visible" to the transmitter to get a good quality sound.
Summary: been looking for wireless headphones for a while, i love skullcandy they have the best performance design and price but they dont do wireless. found these in currys and had a listen they were very good.
Summary: These Headphones are fantastic for the price, with great sound and build quality. Connecting to an Android device is quick and painless, but a little more challenging when trying to connect to Windows 7 and 8.1; although you can get it working on these, it takes some time. Connections to a Mac and iPhone / iPad worked fine too. The internal battery, although non-removable like some of the more expensive headphones, lasts for a good 8+ hours and charges very quickly.
Summary: I wanted a pair of over-ear headphones, that had bluetooth and also a cable (for when the battery dies), and these were the best option, inside a normal price range! So, in therms of battery using bluetooth, it can handle 10 hours playing non-stop. and your iphone will not lose almost no battery. I used for one entire day, and my iphone 5 battery only dropped to 30% ! (using it also for messages, facebook, instagram etc).
Summary: Most headphones, earphones including in ear are usually corded. Firstly, they are pricey and second when the cable is damaged, you might as well chuck the phones in the bin. What Phillips has done here is they have bridged the gap. There are headphones out there that are corded but can be cordless and yet do not have bluetooth and are high priced.
Pros: bluetooth enabled., independent cord. replace the cord when damaged., control your device with the headphones., microphone enabled., answer calls hold calls and return calls., if bluetooth power's low you can switch to cable.
A New Challenger in Affordable Over-Ear Bluetooth Cans Competition - Courtesy of Philips... albeit shy on low-bass & .
Panji Hadinugraha, Amazon
4 September 2013
Summary: I'm going to be straight to the point here. It's pretty insane what Philips have done here in Bluetooth Headphone market. Cans with similar features, earcups type, looks, and sound quality are usually priced within £150 - £300 (I'm talking about the Over-Ear types). But this sub £100 headphone is groundbreaking in terms of price-performance proportions.
Summary: Sounds ok to the listener, pairs easily and reasonably comfortable to wear for a wide range of head sizes, however as soon as I gave them to someone else to try I could hear their music clearly as if I had a transistor radio next to me. Even at medium volume the sound was leaking out around to the people in the room. So, it begs the question, what is the point of headphones when you need to isolate yourself from everyone around you so as not to get complaints?