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Logitech launches new revision to its Freepulse series of wireless headphones.

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  1. zekrahminator

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    Logitech has invented something that is great for anyone who doesn't like tangled headphone cords. Wireless headphones are exactly what the title says they are, headphones sans wires. The thing that is so cool about the "Freepulse" headphones is that they are almost specially designed for PC users. The most recent revision runs for six hours on a single charge, uses 3cm neodymium speakers, weighs a light 60 grams, can receive a signal from 10 meters away, and uses bluetooth 2.0. Bluetooth 2.0 allows for higher bandwidth between the headphones and the transmitter, hence, less compressed audio. The Freepulse headphones plug into a 3.5mm jack, and should be available later this month for £70.
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    Source: The Register
     
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    im actually half interested in these for longboarding. im usually wearing a backpack while crusing around and headphone cords always get in the way! how much is £70 in USD?
     
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    Roughly $140, I wanna live in the UK for their better currency :laugh:.
     
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    Nice headphones... but expensive... I want...
     
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    oooo.... nifty...
     
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    much better than the origional logitech bt headphones that cracked all the time. and they look schnazzy too. But money is something that i don't have. grah.
     
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    I wish I had these...but I wonder how bulky the reciever is...
     
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    i rather get those sony dj headphones...
     
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    I either like small Ear Buds (Like the iPod ones or the expensive ones from Shure) or I also like DJ Style HeadPhones (Since I used to be a DJ), but ones behind-the-neck are just OK for me.
     
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    i like the dj studio style too, my current headphone is actually a stenn hd202. cheap and good.

    problem is, sometimes you gotta have phones that look good too. i'm in high school, and trust me, i get some pretty strange looks when i wear my stenns around.

    its either "woah! where'd you get those?!" or "dear god you're a nerd"
     

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