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Wearhaus Arc headphones let you listen with friendsShare your tunes wirelessly with these headphones that broadcast the same music to three other listeners.
[MUSIC] [INAUDIBLE] are pretty fun. But usually you have to have wired headphones to enjoy the same tunes. Not any more with the Wearhaus Arc. I'm [INAUDIBLE]. The CNET here at DS 2015. Take a look at these headphones that stream the same thing to all of the other headphones that have paired to them. So first up, the wear have, kind of look like normal headphones from the outside. They are fully wireless as the stream from the first headset via bluetooth. So you can stream from apps like Spotify, Rdio, any other sort of music streaming service or from your device itself over Bluetooth. Now once you've got that going you can then pair all the way up to three headphones, all have to be Wharehouse Arc and it will use its proprietary streaming technology to connect all of them together so then you can listen to the same song. Now to do that, you can either do that on the headphones itself using the touch control. Now these models are the prototype model so they don't have the touch control, but they will have them available when they ship at the end of the month. To set it up, you can go into the app and create a station and then have all your friends tune into that same station using the app on their smartphone. As you've probably noticed, the warehouse are how. Some pretty funky colors on them. You can actually choose whatever color you like from the ap itself. So you can change it to purple, blue, red, or you can even make it a multi-color effect, if you so desire. The battery life is around 16 to 18 hours of. Listening solo, or if you pair them up and you have a pretty heavy [UNKNOWN] listening session with your friends it'll be around 10 to 12 hours. This has been a First Look of the Wearhaus Arc wireless headphones. They'll be available for $199 U.S.. When shipping starts at the end of the month, I'm Lacey [UNKNOWN] for CNET. Check out our full CS coverage at CNET.com. [MUSIC]