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Wireless Bluetooth Stereo Headsets

Updated on August 31, 2009

Stereo headsets and headphones have really evolved over the last few decades. We went from dinky little headsets to big massive headphones to little tiny earbuds to bulky headphones and back to earbuds and now we've got fabulous wireless versions of both -- we've even got wireless bluetooth versions of stereo headphones now! If you're a music lover who likes to veg out with wireless headphones on, you'll appreciate the high quality tunes you'll be able to hear through these babies. And they're pretty spaceage to look at, too!

Jabra Bluetooth Headset

The Jabra BT620 Bluetooth stereo headset is very sleek looking. And it's clever! The intuitive technology lets you go back and forth between calls and music. 240 hours of standby from a single charge and you can chat up to 16 hours. And with 14 hours of music play, the average music buff will be content all day long. You can connect them to two devices at once which means you can chat and listen to music at the same time!

Sony Bluetooth Headphones

This Sony DRBT21G/B Stereo Bluetooth Headset has that super nifty neckband style that you see all the cool kids wearing. No wires, just music or chat. The headset even comes with a built-in microphone. If you take calls with them, the calls are heard in stereo. Takes about 3 hours to get a full charge and the charge will last around 11 hours. Perfect for talking on the phone or listening to your music.

JBL Over the Ear Headphone

The JBL Ref 610 Over the Ear Wireless Headphone are extremely high quality. The come with a bluetooth adaptor (think iPod) and they are mega comfortable. The ear cup controls allow you to navigate your iPod easily; you can choose songs, turn the volume up, play, pause, etc from them! The battery is totally rechargeable and comes with a universal charger and the battery will last you about 15 or 16 hours. And did I mention they look cool?

Logitech FreePulse Headset

Logitech FreePulse Wireless Headphones are probably my favorite headset in terms of appearance. And, not only do they look amazing, they sound it, too. You can move up to 33 ft away from your music source and still hear with perfect clarity! The rechargeable batteries last for 6 hours of music play and these can be used with your iPod. Very lightweight and easy to use.

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