Accessory Agents FMH2020 Stereo Wireless RF Headphones - now only £10.99 delivered @ Play.com! - HotUKDeals
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Customer reviews are good and this is the cheapest price yet!

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
#2
Thanks for the update on this, I nearly bought it the other day at £11.99! Will make an ideal present for the BF when he wants to play COD in bed and I need to sleep lol
#3
They are good headphones, but only if you are lucky enough to get a pair that work.

Voted hot - due to the fact when working £10.99 is a bargain.

I purchased a pair at £11:99 and have had to send them back twice. The receiver was faulty on both pairs. The light flickers on and off and just wont charge them.

Shame because they are excellent budget wireless headphones
#4
Haushinka
Thanks for the update on this, I nearly bought it the other day at £11.99! Will make an ideal present for the BF when he wants to play COD in bed and I need to sleep lol


You should play together.
#5
twist;5817598
You should play together.

lol been there, I just get upset when he kills me! :oops:
#6
Haushinka
lol been there, I just get upset when he kills me! :oops:


So you dont like it rough then.:whistling:
#7
twist;5817715
So you dont like it rough then.:whistling:

LOL I think there's quite a broad gap between "liking it rough" and getting shot in the face :-D
#8
Haushinka
LOL I think there's quite a broad gap between "liking it rough" and getting shot in the face :-D


Not even when its his birthday?! :w00t: :thumbsup:

:lol:
#9
twist
Not even when its his birthday?! :w00t: :thumbsup:

:lol:


Ha ha!!
:-D :-D

we so need a 'it's gone completely over their head' smiley right now!!!
#10
LeedsJim
Ha ha!!
:-D :-D

we so need a 'it's gone completely over their head' smiley right now!!!


As she said, it clearly didnt go over her head. :lol::lol:
#11
Ahem....back to the headphones...:oops:

I have these and they are great. Didn't have any problem with them and most of the reviews are good...will be getting another pair for the main tv at this price

Thanks..:thumbsup:
#12
Bought at £11.99 the other day and they are going straight back, got them as all the reviews seemed positive but the sound quality is terrible and they only work for around an hour before the battery dies...or something, they just keep cutting out and the power on light on them flashes on and off.

It's possible I have a faulty pair though.
#13
Starlet
Bought at £11.99 the other day and they are going straight back, got them as all the reviews seemed positive but the sound quality is terrible and they only work for around an hour before the battery dies...or something, they just keep cutting out and the power on light on them flashes on and off.

It's possible I have a faulty pair though.


Have been pairs with the same fault.
#14
can someone who has this let me know if the mains adapter supports 120 volts? (i.e. will it work in the US with a plug converter?)
#15
Starlet
Bought at £11.99 the other day and they are going straight back, got them as all the reviews seemed positive but the sound quality is terrible and they only work for around an hour before the battery dies...or something, they just keep cutting out and the power on light on them flashes on and off.

It's possible I have a faulty pair though.


i'm using these at the moment: http://www.amazon.co.uk/Philips-wireless-headphones-adjustment-lightweight/dp/B002APHQ0U/ref=sr_1_3?ie=UTF8&s=kitchen&qid=1248271643&sr=8-3

Excellent Sound - I use them for i'm gaming/movies when everyone else is sleeping - The sound is so clear i can hear people sneaking up behind me :D

Excellent Battery life - easily around 15-20hrs
#16
Gone for these - hope I get a good pair! Heat and rep, thanks :thumbsup:
#17
Starlet
Bought at £11.99 the other day and they are going straight back, got them as all the reviews seemed positive but the sound quality is terrible and they only work for around an hour before the battery dies...or something, they just keep cutting out and the power on light on them flashes on and off.

It's possible I have a faulty pair though.


I have a pair of these and they work fine.

Ref. Sound Quality - It's best if you turn the volume up on the TV and low on the headphones otherwise there is a inteference sound. Sound quality is ok for the price.

I tend to use other branded batteries which I use a standard battery recharger to charge up instead of plugging in the headphones in to charge - using a normal battery recharger seems better and quicker.

The headphones lasts a good while before the batteries need replacing. The batteries that come with the headphones are cheap, non-branded and aren't particular good.

About the power/lights cutting in and out - this happens when the batteries are low.

I did have a pair of Philips one but I couldn't get the rechargeable batteries out of them once they had died completely...
#18
I have them and they are excellent but when charging just stick the charger half way in so that the green light comes on . The quality for TV is fantastic BUT i also bought them for using late at night with the PS3 but they are not compatible , I tried every which bloody way but couldn't get them to work . If anyone out there knows how to get them working on the PS3 let me know how .
#19
MinerWilly
I have them and they are excellent but when charging just stick the charger half way in so that the green light comes on . The quality for TV is fantastic BUT i also bought them for using late at night with the PS3 but they are not compatible , I tried every which bloody way but couldn't get them to work . If anyone out there knows how to get them working on the PS3 let me know how .


I have just cancelled my order on your comment regarding them not working on a PS3, I have an xbox360 & PS3. I hope someone can shed some light on this.

Cheers
#20
MinerWilly
I have them and they are excellent but when charging just stick the charger half way in so that the green light comes on . The quality for TV is fantastic BUT i also bought them for using late at night with the PS3 but they are not compatible , I tried every which bloody way but couldn't get them to work . If anyone out there knows how to get them working on the PS3 let me know how .


tonygee
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I have just cancelled my order on your comment regarding them not working on a PS3, I have an xbox360 & PS3. I hope someone can shed some light on this.

Cheers


Me too!
#21
Not me! These are for her when I sleep late in the morning and she watches all the rubbish shes recorded. :thumbsup:
#22
monkey11477
Me too!


Thinking of getting them myself for the ps3. I have all my stuff going though a home cinema system so Couldnt I just plug the headphones into the headphone socket on that?
#23
Starlet
Bought at £11.99 the other day and they are going straight back, got them as all the reviews seemed positive but the sound quality is terrible and they only work for around an hour before the battery dies...or something, they just keep cutting out and the power on light on them flashes on and off.

It's possible I have a faulty pair though.


Bought some for a dad a few weeks back he loves them, quality is very good. :thumbsup:
#24
My 2nd post, so sorry for being negative; I bought these on the recommendation of the previous HotUKDeals post. I'm afraid they are the worst purchase I have ever made with regards to electronics. The sound isn't bad to be honest, but the fit is awful. My head is a pretty normal size, but after 10 minutes with these on I feel like it's being crushed. I also passed them around the office for others to try and the two or three that tried them on agreed and laughed at my poor purchase.

They now sit in my bottom drawer at my desk and I can't see them ever being used. A waste of money on my part.

If you know someone who has a pair, try them first. If they fit, then they might be just for you.
#25
:)got these last week the sound is great had anuther 2 pairs arive today tut at £11.99 for son and brother in law

heat added:thumbsup:
#26
MinerWilly
I have them and they are excellent but when charging just stick the charger half way in so that the green light comes on . The quality for TV is fantastic BUT i also bought them for using late at night with the PS3 but they are not compatible , I tried every which bloody way but couldn't get them to work . If anyone out there knows how to get them working on the PS3 let me know how .


tonygee
[/B]

I have just cancelled my order on your comment regarding them not working on a PS3, I have an xbox360 & PS3. I hope someone can shed some light on this.

Cheers


monkey11477
Me too!


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quidditys_shore
Thinking of getting them myself for the ps3. I have all my stuff going though a home cinema system so Couldnt I just plug the headphones into the headphone socket on that?


^ THIS

Plug them into the headphone socket on the TV!

That's what i'm doing right now with my Philips one's.

If it works with your TV, why wouldn't it work with anything plugged into the TV?
#27
As mentioned in the above post, just plug the headphone receiver into the TV's headphone socket.

Just verified that both Xbox 360 & PS3 work fine.

I've also plugged the receiver into my Sony Amp/receiver which works fine.
#28
I'm the guy who said mine wont work with the PS3 ( I am unable to get them working anyway) they work fine using headphone socket on TV but as soon as I switch to HDMI on the TV for the PS3 then there is no sound .
As I said if someone knows a work around please share as I would love to get them working on the PS3 .

Remington you say you have it confirmed that they work , could you please tell me how then ? I remember googling for help on this and came across several threads on Ofiicial Sony PS3 forums of people having exact same problems . Perhaps they work on old tellys and not HD ones?
#29
MinerWilly
I'm the guy who said mine wont work with the PS3 ( I am unable to get them working anyway) they work fine using headphone socket on TV but as soon as I switch to HDMI on the TV for the PS3 then there is no sound .
As I said if someone knows a work around please share as I would love to get them working on the PS3 .

Remington you say you have it confirmed that they work , could you please tell me how then ? I remember googling for help on this and came across several threads on Ofiicial Sony PS3 forums of people having exact same problems . Perhaps they work on old tellys and not HD ones?


No, I do have a HD Toshiba TV.

I have HDMI cables from my consoles to my TV and then I plug the headphone receiver into the TV headphone socket to obtain sound.

I've just tried switching to another HDMI channel which is connected to my HD-DVD player and that works fine as well.

My TV is connected to a Sony Amp/Receiver - if you have a similar device, you could try connected the headphone receiver into the Amp/Receiver headphone socket which works as well.
#30
Thats exactly how mine is set up too but it doesnt work . ah well maybe I should have got a Toshiba !

Thanks for replying Remington btw.
#31
Bought these at £11.99 and am really pleased with them. Good fit, good sound, good price. Hot!!
#32
Starlet
Bought at £11.99 the other day and they are going straight back, got them as all the reviews seemed positive but the sound quality is terrible and they only work for around an hour before the battery dies...or something, they just keep cutting out and the power on light on them flashes on and off.

It's possible I have a faulty pair though.


Seems to be purely pot luck. Mine have great sound and work for about 5 to 6 hours.
#33
Just got mine, First impressions are very good. Just connect the receiver via the TV headphone socket and works with my PS3 & Xbox360.
#34
I just got my replacement pair - return postage was £4 and they've only refunded me £1.20 for it and no repsonse to emails - and it looks like these ones are going straight back also as they are doing the exaxt same thing. Just my luck.
#35
Starlet
I just got my replacement pair - return postage was £4 and they've only refunded me £1.20 for it and no repsonse to emails - and it looks like these ones are going straight back also as they are doing the exaxt same thing. Just my luck.


Oh dear, seems too hit and miss for me, think i will skip this one and avoid the grief.

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