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Best wireless headphones? (- General)

by Carl @, Sunday, October 18, 2015, 17:46 (1031 days ago)

Does anyone have an opinion about the best wirelsss headphone system? I'd like to install them on a Whites DFX.


Best wireless headphones?

by Paul (Ca.) @, Tuesday, October 20, 2015, 07:45 (1029 days ago) @ Carl

Good question Carl,

I'm curious myself, hearing good news with Blisstool coming out with wireless headset so I've got one ordered.

Will work with both any VLF or Blisstool, what's great with Blisstool's wireless if used on a Blisstool the power source can plug directly to the charge port thus eliminating recharging the transmitter.

I'll share more when mine arrives, very excited especially now with using the latest Blisstool V6 past 6-7 months. This model is lighting fast in thick iron using the new ore mode feature, haven't compared to my Deus but it sure seems to be as quick.


Best wireless headphones?

by kt315 @, Monday, October 26, 2015, 07:27 (1023 days ago) @ Carl

I read bluetooth has to be ver 4.0 and support APT-X (aptx) protocol juast cause less delay. its all i know, Carl. i try to search ebay and aliexpress but see expensive prices on one. thinking maybe to set a receiver 433mHz in a housing inside and receiver in headphones... selling like a kit there.

Best wireless headphones?

by Doug In ILL. @, Monday, October 26, 2015, 09:04 (1023 days ago) @ Carl

I have used both the Rapoo H3070 and my modified Auvio wireless earbud system on my Etrac with no perceivable Lag, but I hunt pretty slow. I now use a CTX 3030 that has it's own wireless module so I havent tried them on the CTX.The latency could show up on a detector that has a faster response than the Etrac.I can say that if you ever go wireless, it will be hard to
go back to being tied down to a cord.

Blisstool headphones

by kt315 @, Monday, October 26, 2015, 10:01 (1023 days ago) @ Carl

these pics of headphones that use those Blisstool's guys. certainly they do not manufacture its themself. where they buy them what the source, it is a matter.


Blisstool headphones

by Doug In ILL. @, Monday, October 26, 2015, 10:21 (1023 days ago) @ kt315

I like the wireless system's (like the TDK WR 700) that have battery's that can be replaced as
the rechargeable one's only last about 5-7 hours at most. The TDK 700's always slid off my head when bending down to dig. Never had that problem with the Rapoo H-3070's as they weren't as top heavey as the TDK's

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