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Hi,
Looking to buy some bluetooth headphones so I can listen to music at home while the rest of the folks are watching tv & other such stuff.
Don't want to have to be tied next to my hi-fi all the time.
Not looking to spend a fortune & don't want any silly gimmicks.
Just want something that does a good reliable job, sounds good & is comfortable to wear.
My current wired headphones are Denon & are the closed back type that cover the ear & they are fantastic so that should give you some sort of idea of what I want.
TIA, Mart...

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Thanks so far chaps.
Another quick question. The transmitter I have bought is bluetooth 4.1
Some of the headphones I have looked at are bluetooth 4.0
Will they still be compatable?

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18 minutes ago, Cunnie said:

Thanks so far chaps.
Another quick question. The transmitter I have bought is bluetooth 4.1
Some of the headphones I have looked at are bluetooth 4.0
Will they still be compatable?

I believe they are backwards compatible.

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I bought a set of August wireless headphones. I really like them - battery life is good too.

Mind - it did take me a year to figure out to operate them. But that’s only because I’m a twat. 

Pete 

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Are they for a. backwood twat like me ,  BLUETOOTH???😱

2 hours ago, Steve S 60 said:

I believe they are backwards compatible.

 

1 hour ago, Peter99 said:

I bought a set of August wireless headphones. I really like them - battery life is good too.

Mind - it did take me a year to figure out to operate them. But that’s only because I’m a twat. 

Pete 

 

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AKG N60NC are perfect on ear headphones.  Bluetooth is great, also works with a cable and noise cancelling is excellent too.  Sound quality is wonderful and these are my go to set.  They have a balanced sound that works well for soul/jazz type music.

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