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Wireless Headphones

Posted By On October 6, 2006 @ 11:29 AM In Multimedia | Comments Disabled

Wireless Headphones

Do you use headphones to listen to music on your stereo or even your MP3 player or iPod? And when you do, don’t you always have to deal with all those cords that connect from the player to your ears. Well, how would you like to go wireless with your headphones? Does that sound good? If so, keep reading to learn more about them!

Wireless headphones work just like anything else that’s wireless. There are no cords involved, so you don’t have to worry about that and with them, you no longer have to worry about staying close to your music player. You’re free to roam around your house (or wherever you’re at) and you’ll still be able to listen to your music.

These headphones work by a connection with an infrared or radio signal to a central base station. They receive a signal from a separate stationary device that stays plugged into either your stereo or whichever player you’re using. The headphones then stay connected and you can move about to cook, exercise or even clean! The headphone batteries are also charged on the stationary device, so everything is combined into one little component. How convenient!

Wireless headphones can be found anywhere you buy other computer or music devices. Go ahead and give them a try. They might just be your next favorite thing ever!

~ Erin


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