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Using the headphones correctly, and they do work well,
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In reading the reviews, I'm thinking some people do not understand how to use them correctly. When I set mine up, you have to have the sound input set very high. This will cut down on the hiss you hear considerably. Also, there is a power saving feature that will cut off the connection when no sound is being inputted into the base station. This is by design, and takes a little getting used to. Once I understood all this, I discovered they work really well.
The only thing I do not like is when the unit is in power save mode, and the headphones are on, you will hear a pop type hiss every so often. This is caused by the units attempting to make a connection though the base is in power saving mode. No biggy, but it is something that could have been better engineered. I have a different brand of wireless headphones that do not do this, but they do not have the power save feature.
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Initial post: Jan 30, 2012 9:51:41 AM PST
C. Evans says:
Thank you for clarifying this. I was ready to send them back until I cranked up the volume on my laptop and turned down the volume on the headphones. Now the static is all but gone.
Posted on Jun 2, 2013 1:46:01 PM PDT
I have a question, I need two headphones. One for myself and one for my wife. Do I have to purchase a second set or can I just get the headphone separately without the transmitter? I assume one transmitter will be enough for 2 headphones?
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