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# 106172 19-Jul-2012 10:39
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Im looking for a set of wireless headphones to go with my Ipad and Ipod Nano.

Quite like the look of the JayBird JF3 earbuds.

But I guess I need a wireless transmitter I can plug into the Ipod/Ipad. What should I get for this or is there one Apple does. I cant seem to find anything.

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  # 658260 19-Jul-2012 10:49
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Do they not have Bluetooth?

Although on the whole, I tend to avoid Bluetooth as I seem to always end up have to fiddle with it too much to make it worth my while. Once in a while I'll deal with a Bluetooth products that just works, but more often than not they're a PITA.

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  # 659305 20-Jul-2012 20:07
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I have a pair of the Jaybird Freedom earphones.

Great sound, very easy to set up. They are bluetooth and seem to work very well.

 
 
 
 


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  # 659328 20-Jul-2012 21:58
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Earbuds don't work for me, so I use a pair of plantronics backbeat 901. Over the ear style, bluetooth with A2DP and work well with iPhone iPad. Have built in mic so great for taking calls, Skype etc.

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  # 659353 20-Jul-2012 23:07
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bbunnys: Im looking for a set of wireless headphones to go with my Ipad and Ipod Nano.

Quite like the look of the JayBird JF3 earbuds.

But I guess I need a wireless transmitter I can plug into the Ipod/Ipad. What should I get for this or is there one Apple does. I cant seem to find anything.


Where do you intend to use these.  One point to remember is that if you intend to use them while travelling in an aircraft they won't be of any use as all wireless transmitting devices cannot be use during flight.




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