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lightweight wireless headphones
    lightweight
  • a professional boxer who weighs between 131 and 135 pounds
  • Containing little serious matter
  • weighing relatively little compared with another item or object of similar use; "a lightweight fabric"; "lightweight wood"
  • having no importance or influence; "a lightweight intellect"
  • Of thin material or build and weighing less than average
    headphones
  • A pair of earphones typically joined by a band placed over the head, for listening to audio signals such as music or speech
  • (headphone) earphone: electro-acoustic transducer for converting electric signals into sounds; it is held over or inserted into the ear; "it was not the typing but the earphones that she disliked"
  • Headphones are a pair of small loudspeakers, or less commonly a single speaker, with a way of holding them close to a user's ears and a means of connecting them to a signal source such as an audio amplifier, radio or CD player. They are also known as stereophones, headsets or, colloquially cans.
  • Headphones is the self-titled debut album by Headphones. The album features David Bazan on keyboards, and Frank Lenz (of Starflyer 59) on drums. Tim Walsh (formerly of Pedro the Lion) also contributed to the recording, albeit sparsely, as Bazan attested in November 2006: . . .
    wireless
  • having no wires; "a wireless security system"
  • Lacking or not requiring wires
  • radio: medium for communication
  • transmission by radio waves

Motorola MOTOROKR S9 Bluetooth Stereo Headset
Motorola MOTOROKR S9 Bluetooth Stereo Headset
yopool.com, This headphone can be very useful for people who use iPod regularly. Listening to music on a wired headset can sometimes be very uneasy. A wireless headset can solve this problem. Motorola MOTOROKR S9 Bluetooth Stereo Headset is the perfect match for iPod users as you can use Motorola MOTOROKR S9 Bluetooth Stereo Headset on an iPod. This Motorola MOTOROKR S9 Bluetooth Stereo Headset comes with a Bluetooth Adapter for Ipod. There is one downside to Motorola MOTOROKR S9 Bluetooth Stereo Headset if you use it on iPod, it seems to use up your iPod??battery power much more quickly. Motorola MOTOROKR S9 Bluetooth Stereo Headset can also be used to work with a cell phone that has bluetooth. There are some additional functions in this product, it has a Mute button, volume control and track select buttons. Motorola MOTOROKR S9 Bluetooth Stereo Headset is also water resistant and sweat resistant. Weighing barely an ounce, the Motorola S9 is lighter than an average pair of sunglasses! The behind-the-head form and small ear buds (1.3 centimeters) help provide true comfort ?even during extended use. Calls, volume, and track controls, so you can play your music or answer a call by simply pressing the buttons on the headphones. Combining ease-of-use with the latest Bluetooth wireless technology? the water and sweat resistant Motorola S9 is the ideal wireless headwear for the active music lover. Now, be connected and listen to favorite songs during those tough workouts, without getting tangled in wires! SUMMARY OF FEATURES: - Lightweight, discreet design ?weighs barely one ounce - Sleek, behind-the-head style - Compact 1.3 cm speakers help provide comfort and a snug fit in the ear - Works with all compatible Bluetooth-enabled phones - Stream music from a compatible Bluetooth-enabled stereo music phone or from a compatible Bluetooth-enabled MP3 player. Bluetooth Stereo Adapter for iPod available (sold separately) to use with an iPod. - Long play time ?up to six hours of play from a single charge - Music mutes or pauses when calls come in and resumes once the call has ended - Control music and calls from the headphones - Water and sweat resistant - Supports Bluetooth Advanced Audio Distribution (A2DP), Audio Video Remote Control (AVRCP), Hands-free (HFP), and Headset profiles
New Sennheiser HDR 170 Wireless Headphones from Magnolia
New Sennheiser HDR 170 Wireless Headphones from Magnolia
Yesterday I bought these Sennheiser 170 for wireless headphones for when it gets late at night from Magnolia. Review: Very lightweight, and soft padding kisses the ears well. The sound is light and crisp, yet the bass button really adds more rich depth for music (you won't want that for TV). Unsure about surround feature. Not shown is the cradle where it charges (two AA in each ear) My Take: Expensive ($229) but worth it, if you have a mid-fi system (high end prosumers start at $1300), these headphones are great for living room freedom and not waking up the house at night. Best of all? I look like a Chinese Princess Leia --but cuter ;) My headphone roster includes: 2) I also have Sennheiser 595 for desktop machine 3) For travel I have Bose QC15, love the case 4) For iPhone have Vmoda, they sit in ear so well, it's dangerous to walk on streets as you can't hear 5) At work, I have Sony DJ headphones MDR-V700DJ 6) I bought my entire research team "Urbanears" of the color they want. 7) Also purchased Monster Beats SOLOs for some of my family members. Yes, I buy a lot of headphones --I tell my wife it's cheaper than purse or shoe collections.

lightweight wireless headphones
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