I don't care for bluetooth audio. Can I turn off bluetooth and just use a cord instead. If so, is the cord included?

asked on March 28, 2018


Hi,
the headphones work with a battery, and the 'BT" switch is also the battery switch.
So, you need to turn on the BT, if you want to use the cord, which is included. … see more
Hi,
the headphones work with a battery, and the 'BT" switch is also the battery switch.
So, you need to turn on the BT, if you want to use the cord, which is included.
Thanks see less
Hi,
the headphones work with a battery, and the 'BT" switch is also the battery switch.
So, you need to turn on the BT, if you want to use the cord, which is included.
Thanks

COWIN
Seller · April 2, 2018
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How to return item?

Jason M.
· September 25, 2019
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Hello, do I have to turn on the Bluetooth soo I can listen to the songs or just plugging don’t need the Bluetooth , and is for classical Music mainly, or you recommend another one ( between the price range)

yvonne
· July 25, 2019
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Even if you just want to use the headphone with aux, your headphone still have to charged

ARAVIND KARTHIK
· May 31, 2019
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Mine does not seem to work if the battery is dead I don't get any sound no matter where I set the switch my old pair that I replaced because they have gotten broken works great on just the standard audio jack

Allen brock
· April 27, 2019
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That makes absolutely no sense. How would the headphones work with the auxiliary cord if the headphones are turned on? My headphones died and the auxiliary cord doesnt work no matter what the button is turned on to...

Patricia
· March 20, 2019
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You should make them to where you don't need them turned on in order to use the cord. I try to use the cord if the battery dies in BT mode but I can't.

Sam
· January 28, 2019
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Does using the cord and having BT on drain the battery?

Nick
· January 5, 2019
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So I can plug in on an airplane??
Thanks

Amazon Customer
· December 16, 2018
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So you can't use the cord if it runs out of battery?

Nikhil Narayan
· November 5, 2018
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Id also like to know: can the “blue tooth” radiation emissions be turned off while a person is using the headphones while corded, preventing BT emissions against the head needlessly? Blue tooth radiation isnt healthy for the brain, nor is cell phone radiation especially right up against the head (so i also usually use … see more Id also like to know: can the “blue tooth” radiation emissions be turned off while a person is using the headphones while corded, preventing BT emissions against the head needlessly? Blue tooth radiation isnt healthy for the brain, nor is cell phone radiation especially right up against the head (so i also usually use speaker phones). But i do want to use BT for use when i need it (just LIMITED- not while sitting in chair, or bed, watching the ipad. Besides, corded ones usually sounds better and also are slightly more powerful - in most good headphones anyway. This would be a cheap pair for me but my others keep breaking at the side of the ear where they flex, and i cant continue to keep purchasing $300 headphones, yet i want ONE decent pair for all occasions loL).
Although BT radiation to the head is less than desirable i decided to just try and minimize it and stay as healthy as i can via other means lol. But it IS pretty great for times in my day or evening where i am cooking, or cleaning, taking trashes out, laundry, sometomes even grocery shopping if im not feeling social and have something pending im so wanting to listen to! I just love audio books, youtube, podcasts, as well as music! see less
Id also like to know: can the “blue tooth” radiation emissions be turned off while a person is using the headphones while corded, preventing BT emissions against the head needlessly? Blue tooth radiation isnt healthy for the brain, nor is cell phone radiation especially right up against the head (so i also usually use speaker phones). But i do want to use BT for use when i need it (just LIMITED- not while sitting in chair, or bed, watching the ipad. Besides, corded ones usually sounds better and also are slightly more powerful - in most good headphones anyway. This would be a cheap pair for me but my others keep breaking at the side of the ear where they flex, and i cant continue to keep purchasing $300 headphones, yet i want ONE decent pair for all occasions loL).
Although BT radiation to the head is less than desirable i decided to just try and minimize it and stay as healthy as i can via other means lol. But it IS pretty great for times in my day or evening where i am cooking, or cleaning, taking trashes out, laundry, sometomes even grocery shopping if im not feeling social and have something pending im so wanting to listen to! I just love audio books, youtube, podcasts, as well as music!

rp
· September 23, 2018
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