Accessory Agents FMH2020 Stereo Wireless RF Headphones - now £12.99 delivered @! - HotUKDeals
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Customer reviews are good and now less than half price ..

Listen to your music or TV audio from across the room, without any wires getting in the way.

The FMH2020 wireless headphones feature PLL synthesiser technology, 3 channel auto-tuning and up to 100m range for superb wireless freedom. PLL (Phase Locked-Loop) technology ensures that the signal between the headset and the base station will be 'locked' once it is tuned in, reducing the possibility for interference to almost zero. The headphones are powered by 2 x rechargeable AAA batteries (included) and can be re-charged via the base station which, in turn is powered by the supplied mains adapter. Each full charge can provide up to 8 hrs listening time, maximising your wireless enjoyment. Also included are a 3.5mm to 6.3mm adapter plug, for connection to a hi-fi headphone socket and a 3.5mm to 2 x phono adapter for connection to an aux hi-fi channel. All of this means these headphones are truly versatile and can be connected to just about any audio source, including TV, Hi-Fi, iPod/MP3, Computer, Laptop, Keyboard/Electric Piano......

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[*] Transmission frequency: 863 - 865 MHz
[*] Transmission channels: 3
[*] Max. transmitting power: 10 mW
[*] Frequency range: 20 - 20,000 Hz
[*] Signal-to-noise ratio: > 45 dB
[*] Non-linear distortion factor: < 1.8%
[*] Power supply: Headphones - 2 x AAA batteries, Transmitter - AC adapter, 12 Volt / 200 mA
[*] Automatic transmission cut-out
[*] Box contents:
[*] 1 x transmitter
[*] 1 x pair of headphones with integrated receiver
[*] 1 x 12 V AC adapter
[*] 2 x rechargeable batteries (AAA, 1.2V)
[*] 1 x 3.5mm to 3.5mm audio connection lead
[*] 1 x 3.5mm female to 2 phono hi-fi connection lead
[*] 1 x 3.5mm female to 6.35mm jack plug adapter
[*] 1 x 3 pin UK mains adapter
[*] 1 x instruction manual[/LIST]
Great price, that 10mW power worries me, most WiFi routers are 30mW+, my wrt is at 84mW and can do nearly 300mW, anyone got one of these?
Ive got a set of these. Despite their cheap looking-ness, they work really well.

Only problem I found was a bit of hiss when the volume is set too high, but if you up the volume on the TV, HIFI etc and lower the volume on the earphones, you cant here any static at all.
Not bad at all for 12.99.

Oh, and as i said in my review on, tesco have the same ones in for double the price, although they are tesco branded. I know as had a set out of the box and they are identical.

AND the range on them is good. Can go 20metres away into the garden and still crystal clear.
Shouldn't be expired.
Thanks, ordered some.. :thumbsup:
No expired, just ordered 2 for myself:thumbsup:
Nice. Just ordered some :)
I've got 2 sets of these. Well worth the money :thumbsup:
The good reviews spurred me to order + they are significantly cheaper than any competitor.

Just got emailed:
[FONT=Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif][SIZE=2] Your order for Accessory Agents FMH2020 Stereo Wireless RF Headphones has been posted.

I've been looking 4 a set of head phones for a while.
Just ordered, thanks



I always I cancelled and re-ordered....this time remembering quidco. :thumbsup:

H&R added millarcat
Thank you MillarCat , I have been meaning to get a pair of wireless headphones for a while now , these have some good reviews online . I will be able to sit out in the garden and chill with some Internet radio stations or listen to my MP3s of the PC . I will add you some heat as soon as I work out how to do it ( only signed up 5 mins ago but been using site for ages ) !
Mine arrived today and they are indeed awesome, especially for hardly any money. Bit of interference, but I get that on my Sennheisers anyway until I turned the volume on the source up, and the headphones down, so was expecting the same here and quickly sorted that.

How long do the batteries last generally on a full charge?

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