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Compucessory 2.4 GHz Wireless Headphones

I'm not an audiophile and a friend of mine is broke & needs speakers so I thought I'd give him my ancient speakers and grab these. I can't tell whether or not they'll work on a computer though, and I can't find any reviews of them online.
 

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Compucessory 2.4 GHz Wireless Headphones

I'm not an audiophile and a friend of mine is broke & needs speakers so I thought I'd give him my ancient speakers and grab these. I can't tell whether or not they'll work on a computer though, and I can't find any reviews of them online.
I would NEVER buy wireless headphones. The quality is greatly diminished and there is a slight lag when watching video. Get normal headphones. You can actually get good ones for $40.

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I had a pair of wireless headphones like that and they are horrible, think AM radio quality then knock it down a few notches.

The BEST way to get wireless audio on a PC (and the way I do it now) is with a little $2 Micro BT adapter from eBay ($10 retail) and a pair of $25 Bluetooth stereo headphones (BNIB from CL, $35-$40 retail approx). Excellent quality for my tastes :D