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Logitech Wireless Headphones for MP3 - Reviewed

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Logitech Wireless Headphones for MP3

Now that (almost) everyone has a portable music player, the next big thing is to fit them with wireless headphones. Logitech Wireless Headphones for MP3 are among the first in this new category and they are poised to set to standard for wireless headphones.

At first glance, you may wonder why you need wireless headphones for a portable device. After all, the player is “portable” – right? It goes where you go. Regardless, sometimes dealing with the cord can be a major hassle. It twists around your neck, gets caught in your clothing and can be a general pain.

Wireless headphones allow you to put the audio player anywhere within range – on a table top, in your backpack, tucked away in your desk – while enjoying great stereo sound.

Great stereo sound? Some units don’t deliver, but these Logitech wireless headphones certainly do. They use Bluetooth technology for crystal clear audio transmission and the drivers in the headphones are equal or better to any headset on the market.

The transmitter plugs into the 3.5mm headphone jack that is standard on most MP3 players. Making the connection between transmitter and headphones is a simple matter of pressing a button on each unit. It takes just a few seconds.

The range of the Logitech Wireless Headphones for MP3 is listed at 30 feet, but you are likely to get more than that outdoors and slightly less than that in the house. Count on about 25 feet indoors – that includes transmission through walls and ceilings.

Did I mention the sound is great? These headphones really deliver. There is no static and no interference from other wireless devices. Each ear piece sports 40mm neodymium drivers for full frequency response with virtually no distortion.

Volume and pause controls are include on one of the ear pieces. They feature a behind-the-head strap and over the ear design.

Any downside? They are a bit pricey for headphones, and the batteries cannot be replaced. They are also a bit heavier than other headsets due to the integrated batteries and controls. The sound, though, makes them worthwhile.

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