When first looking for headphones to buy that would last - being that every other set of headphones I've ever had have broken in the wire department - I decided that my best bet would to get some wireless ones. I had a budget of around fifty pounds, and I was lucky to grab these on Argos for forty. When I took them home, everything was neatly packaged - the transceiver was wrapped in plastic, the headset was fitted neatly into the cardboard holder, and the adapted to plug it into the wall had a compartment of its own. I'll admit that I was a little bit confused at first as to why wireless headphones had an adapter, but then I realised that it was to power the transceiver. I charged the battery for a while and turned on my laptop - I wanted to listen to music around the house without deafening other people. Now, I was bit worried by the quiet hiss coming from the headset, but I played a bit of music and it was barely noticeable - not an issue at all. The music was very high quality and I was glad to have paid the money I did. It was a very worthy investment on my part. I have every faith that I would still own the headphones now were it not for a little mishap I had a couple of months ago; I tripped over the wire and the adapter snapped, leaving half of it inside the transceiver. The antenna had been stood on countless times and was very warped and bent, but still it worked like a charm! I'd owned them for 15 months - my record was previously 2. My conclusion: you would do very well to buy some of these headphones; you'll have them for ages providing you treat them well!
I bought these headphones because I like to watch an hour or so of TV before I go to bed and I dont want to wake anyone else up whilst doing so. For this purpose they do the job. They are simple enough to set up. You just plug the wireless transmitter into the wall and the TV and youre almost set to go. There are 2 wireless channels to select from on the transmitter, select one of these and then select the corresponding one on the headset itself and thats all there is to it. In terms of performance they do a good job. They sound nice enough and the wireless reception is very good for the most part. Now and then there may be a small bit of interference, but I found that moving my head a few inches will fix this. The only problem I can find with the headphones is the comfort. This is perhaps a huge stumbling block depending on how long you expect to be wearing them for. Theyre ok for an hour or so, but any longer and my ears start to hurt.
This piece of shit sucks so bad you will throw it out of the window in 0,29seconds. Ofcourse u can also set it so loud that you dont hear the hiss anymore but that will melt youre brain in matter of seconds.Rather than using this cunttwatfuckshit i'd stuff my speakers up my ass and stretch my cock up to my ear and pee the fucking sounds to my brain.this is just so shit it makes u puke giraffe pubes from ur dick.this is just so fucking shitty that i even wrote a poem about it.shit shit shit, how the fuck can this be so shit.its so shit that my shit goes shit shit ass balls.fuck.
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