Pros: It's cheap and it comes with a rechargeable battery.
Cons: It sucks. It sucks bad. I got horrible static even sitting 2-3' away from the base. Just turning your head side to side was enough to cause extremely loud static. I tried all three channels in two completely different locations (both work and home). In neither location was the sound generated tol...
Summary: These headphones were a gift for my pop for Christmas, and he loves them. The hiss that is mentioned in other reviews is non existent and only happens when there is no music playing, so it doesn't interfere with quality.
Pros: Wireless, of course Great sound quality Easy to use
Cons: On very low volumes, a slight hiss is audible
Summary: I forgot to mention that I read in a lot of reviews that there was a hissing noise when the transmitter turned off (It turns off when it doesn't detect any sounds coming in from the headphone jacks).
Summary: For computing and casual music listening (while working or cleaning) they are fine, but if you are looking for headphones to listen to serious audio (like movies or serious music) you should pick up some read head phones (not wireless). At least get some headphones with automatic tuning.
Pros: You can't ask for more convenience than wireless. The batteries are special AAA batteries, They last forever, and are easy to charge in the headphones. When it is tuned right, they sound pretty good.
Cons: Because the tuning is manual, and with a little knob on the headphones, it is difficult to tune correctly, when they aren't tuned correctly, the volume in each ear flucuates and it's very annoying.