Bluetooth Headphones..

Discussion in 'Mac Accessories' started by Rhosfelt, Sep 18, 2007.

  1. Rhosfelt macrumors 65816

    Rhosfelt

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    So guys I need your audiophile expert knowledge..

    I am looking for an awesome pair of bluetooth headphones mainly for my iMac and Macbook Pro while listening to music. I would really like a high end pair. If there really is not such a thing as "high end" BTs yet, suggest a good pair for a reasonable price that would also look good with the silver MBP and white iMac...I am a little ocd when it comes to electronics matching...

    I do not want to spend more than $150 if that is possible.. But give me some suggestions please.

    Peace out girl scout.
     
  2. ivi7 macrumors 6502a

    ivi7

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    These are really nice. Sennheiser 900Mhz Wireless RF Headhones. And at around $160 it would fit your budget.
     
  3. Rhosfelt thread starter macrumors 65816

    Rhosfelt

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    Thanks, I need to look them up, because I plan to run with them as well, and that is another reason I want blue tooth, so I can plug an adaptor into a nano (hopefully traded for my video :p) but I am looking for under $150 because lack of funds at college is really starting to set in after dropping the ~$420 for the touch..

    -edit after looking at those i realize that what i want might be impossible..

    -edit 2 what is the difference between the RS110 and RS120? lol I have a good taste in sound but it is hard to tell when i have never heard of Sennheiser. I am a bose kid, and logitech...
     
  4. peeaanuut macrumors 65816

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    I use a pair of Motorola HT820 headphones. While they are not concidered "audiophile" quality they produce great sound. I use a Jabra adapter for my iPod and they sound great. The only issue I am having is the sound that is transmitted from my macMini. On a PC with a dongle they sound great but with the builtin mini Bluetooh it doesnt sound good.
     

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