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wow i can't belive the difference between 3.0 and 2.0 bluetooth, I;ve tryed yesterday and its incredible, so I'll recommend someone with bt 3.0
 
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i got these for over a year.
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Wireless = bluetooth.
Headphones = Objects inserted into ears that produce noise.

Everyone seems fairly on-topic IMO.

My personal suggestion though, Plantronics Backbeat 903 or 903+. Wearing my pair as I type this. Beyond comfortable, durable, great battery life, good sound.

http://www.plantronics.com/us/product/backbeat-903-plus

http://www.amazon.com/Plantronics-Ba.../dp/B00428N9OK

Edit: If you're looking for then http://bluetoothlounge.com/ces-2008-...th-headphones/
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thanks for the suggestions..help me decide what to buy. will try one of these
 
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Thanks to this thread I got some Sony Ericsson MW-600s. After a few days I'm really pleased with them, using my own phones. Has all the features I want - volume/skip/stop/call, easy to clip on anywhere and works flawlessly.
 
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I got those a few days ago:

LG Tone (HBS-700)

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I use Sennheiser MM100's, picked them up cheap (60) when O2 were selling them off as end of stock.

Battery life is good, 7+ hours continual use, charge from USB (one of the rarer USB types too, replacement cables are a nuicance to get but not impossible and not expensive either). They can charge from PC/Laptop or a 5v adapter same as most phones use.

Not sure if you could get them as cheap elsewhere, I lucked out with O2, but worth hunting around for!
 
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I use Sennheiser MM100's, picked them up cheap (60) when O2 were selling them off as end of stock.

Battery life is good, 7+ hours continual use, charge from USB (one of the rarer USB types too, replacement cables are a nuicance to get but not impossible and not expensive either). They can charge from PC/Laptop or a 5v adapter same as most phones use.

Not sure if you could get them as cheap elsewhere, I lucked out with O2, but worth hunting around for!
I actually ended up on settling on the Sony MDR-RF865RK

It gets me 25 hours of battery life, 100m distance and charging to full takes 3.5 hours .

It only set me back 65, so I'm not so fussed about it ;P
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have u tried the 100m distance? as far as i know, bluetooth is best indoors, but even then for only 10m.
 
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have u tried the 100m distance? as far as i know, bluetooth is best indoors, but even then for only 10m.
Well, I think the 100m distance is for people with backyards that they need to mow every week :P And luckily I do not have a backyard

But still the feature is pretty cool ^^ The only bad thing is that I don't know how to connect these headphones to my TV -.-
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