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looking for wireless headphones preferably noise canceling

by dantonio42 / May 16, 2010 8:44 AM PDT

hi,
i have been searching for some good wireless headphones and have been unable to find any that meet my requirements. I don't have a Bluetooth adapter in my computer but would be willing to buy one if it was required to use high quality headphones. I want good sound quality and preferably noise canceling (yet that is not mandatory). I want them to be headphones covering both ears and have something besides cheap foam for the ear pads (i prefer leather). I don't want anything from Logitech because there USB receiver tends to break rendering the headphones useless. I have no preference if it has a mic or not.

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Sennheiser & Bose
by WildClay / May 17, 2010 12:12 AM PDT

While I prefer the Sennheisers I have heard a lot of good things about Bose Noise Cancelling headphones.

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Bose are great but not wireless
by dantonio42 / May 17, 2010 5:20 AM PDT
In reply to: Sennheiser & Bose

Bose headphones are amazing. Though I am not willing to pay that much for non wireless headphones. you said Sennheiser make good headphones do you know if any of there models are noise canceling?

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by dantonio42 / May 17, 2010 5:24 AM PDT

I have bought the low end model headphones and didn't like them that much. For me they were to bulky and they had major problems like going to static if there wasn't sound for more then 5 minuets and having foam ear pads. Is there any high quality wireless headphones like wireless Bose headphones?

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Sennheiser makes Noise Cancelling Headphones and Headsets
by WildClay / May 17, 2010 11:14 PM PDT
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