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wireless sound quality

Discussion in 'Headphones, Earphones & Portable Music' started by Optiplex, May 24, 2005.

  1. Optiplex

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    Just bought the Philips SBC HC8850. I realise that these are the cheaper end of the market and you usually get what you pay for. However, is it the norm for cordless headphones to have quite a bit of interference. I understand that they are transmitting a FM signal but what's the point of making cordless headphones you get a hissing background noise from them. I've tried retuning numerous times but doesn't make any difference. Can anyone recommend a pair that under £100 that doesn't have too much interference. I want them for listening to DVDs and music. The Philips have a pseudo surround sound so would be looking for something comparable.
     
  2. jerryq7777

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    I had a pair of AVG wireless headphones and they were rubbish.If you turned your head the wrong way you lost the signal and ended up with interference.They cost £60 and they ended up on ebay.My advice stick to wired fones.
     

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