Can anyone recommend good/high quality wireless headphones for under $100.00?
get something with a big brand name on it and you’ll be happyI understand, however, there are lots for sale under $100.00 on amazon.ca and eBay. I don't want to get a cheap pair and it's been so long since I have been out of the audiophile side of things, I forget what specs I should be looking for.
For under $100? Not likely.
You guys are likely right but I thought I might get something on Black Friday. I think I'll check out the specs on something decent and then see what Black Friday brings about.I'm likely going to buy a set myself sometime soon, but I'd be willing to spend just a bit more to get better sound. I'd set a budget at $200 and hopefully come in around $150.
I think setting the ceiling at $100 might be a bit optimistic.
Addendum: Now that I have looked through the list Chitmo provided even $200 is a bit rosy.
Looks like to get decent sound you're into $300~400.
those look sweet, just remember that Sony spends most of its money on marketing and very little is actually spent on the product. these are just old and rebranded things that didn't sell when Zellers went out of businessI am looking at these ones. Your comments?
I am presently using Sony XD200's which are wired and they are adequate for me. If the wireless ones are as good as the DX200's, then I would be happy with them.
Sony Over-Ear Noise Cancelling Truly Wireless Headphones - Grey
Ha! Ha! You have a good memory. On the colour choices on eBay, I picked all colours but pink and...............................you guessed it, green. That said, after three years in our new place here in NB, I have a pretty decent green lawn. Of course, that is where green belongs.Do they come in green?
Well, according to the description, you’ll experience unprecedented comfort and be blown away by the cleanest, most authentic version of your music that you’ve ever heard.I think I found a great pair.
I got a feeling its marketing but if Steadly bought them then probably not as he doesn't fall for that stuffWell, according to the description, you’ll experience unprecedented comfort and be blown away by the cleanest, most authentic version of your music that you’ve ever heard.
Tough to beat that I guess.
Though somehow I think maybe they’re just saying that and don’t really mean it.