Wireless headphones for iPad 2?

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  1. jamie.long951

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    Hi all,

    Im looking to get some wireless headphones to use with my iPad 2. To point out, I can't justify spending more than £70 or so on a pair of headphones (who on earth buys the sets at £200+?)

    First of all, what's better - bluetooth or the wireless ones with transmitters? Ive been told transmitters work over FM and have better sound quality. With this in mind I still like the sound of bluetooth headphones as you dont need a transmitter, and to be perfectly honest my bluetooth speakers sound great to me.

    So...

    Any suggestions as to make and models?

    Thanks in advance
     
  2. billchow

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    Motorola s9hd Bluetooth headphones are $60 USD and they have bee fantastic for me
     
  3. Mercury0_0

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    I bought the Jaybird Freedom headset. Fantastic.
     
  4. seat59j

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    The Tenqa REMXD Bluetooth Headphones are due to be released in early February with a price of $39 and free shipping. They're definitely worth a look...
     

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  5. NYC Adam

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    I bought Motorola S10-HD. I would give them a 7 out of 10. Went to an Apple store a while back and asked for a set I could use for both iPhone and iPad - so I can talk on them as well as listen. Great sound - cons would be that ear bud covers fall off sometimes. Also difficult to carry around as they are a little cumbersome. As well they are wrap around style so you it is tough to lay down with them with your head resting on a pillow because the bulk of the device is in the back. Lastly, max volume is not very loud – so as I live in NYC if I am walking the streets and it is noisy around me it is sometimes difficult to hear. Hope this helps.

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