Does anyone use bluetooth iPad headphones?

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    Just wondering how easy it would be to connect them up to my iPad and how they compare to wired headphones? I know that Apple doesn't actually offer their own product matching this, but I figured that some 3rd parties must be putting out compatible products that do the job just as well?

    I'd be using them for travelling to uni with my iPad on the train, but without having to keep my tablet actually out on display. I get a little worried about potential thieves at certain times, so it'd be ideal to be able to stow away my iPad but still listen to my music.

    I've been researching these [shill link deleted - DM51]
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    Hi,

    I use & like the Motorola * MOTOROKR SD-9 Stereo HD bluetooth and it works & sounds excellent. I see that Motorola now has the SD-10 set on the market. I need to find out more 'bout the comparison before considering an upgrade tho.... HTH

    Take Care
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    Hmmm…Bluetooth headsets. I'd like those. I'll bet they would pair with my Mac too. Maybe.
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    I use Nokia BH-503 bluetooth headphones, and they sound awesome. I don't like earbuds at all, so a full ear set is what I look for. I also have had a couple cheapies from ebay for $15 or so shipped, and they sound great.
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    do you notice a problem with the radiation it being wireless and all?
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    There is no radiation. Radiation has to do with the decay of radioactive material at how quickly it expels particles.

    RF is radio frequency, used for wireless. it's an oscillation of energy. They're all around us, the electromagnetic spectrum is filled with them, there's thousands upon thousands of high powered radio waves passing through you at any given time, at much higher power than that of mere bluetooth headphones.
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    Good reply! I wish some of these NIMBY's understood the basics of radio frequencies! I use a Bluetooth iTech BlueBand headset, it's very good. Been using it for several years now.
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