Lexus? Oh shi-
- May 26, 2005
- MkVI GTI w/DSG
Decent bluetooth headphones are hard to come by, but once manufacturers start using BT4.0 for them, they'll have up to 10x the battery life and no need for compression thanks to 21Mb bandwidth over 802.11. Well, obviously the paired device will also have to have 4.0 or 3.0+HSP for lossless.
It sure sounds good, but when is that slated to come out?
The Motorola HT820 is a great BT set, if large, and the Nokia BH-503 I use now is even better overall, with only battery life at a slight disadvantage.
The thing is those are all old models now... they are the first generation of Bluetooth headphones. I don't have an issue buying a four year old product since nothing newer/better has come out, but the thing is you can't find those in stores to buy anymore at this point in time. And I don't want to buy it online because I know I'll have to try a bunch before settling on a new one.
Other than being USB instead of Bluetooth I'm really liking the Logitechs... except, they pinch my head rather hard. The damn thing is so stiff that when it's not on my head it forms a complete circle... hoping it'll loosen up or I'll have to take it back.