Accessory Agents FMH2020 Stereo Wireless RF Headphones (100m range) - now £9.99 delivered @ Play.com ! - HotUKDeals
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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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#1
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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
Brought a set of these when they were £11.99 and for cheap wireless headphones very pleased. Looking to buy another set to see whether both my wife and I can have a pair each working off the same receiver, so we can watch TV without disturbing the kids upstairs. Heat added
#3
Play Customer Reviews are positive on the whole:thumbsup: Ordered and heat added:thumbsup: Thanks for another good deal Edi:-D
#4
I tired one of these about 3 years ago (different make / model / company), and was not very impressed with the sound quality - there was quite a lot of drop-out and hissing. I wonder has the tech improved considerably since then?
#5
ordered to see what they are like

thanks
#6
fingers crossed I get a good pair and am able to silence the noise from the daughter's bedroom

Thank you
#7
Sound quality not the best lots of hiss. But for wireless @ £9.99 it's a good deal.
#8
I got a set of these last time as have been said there is alot of hiss on these, but it depends what is in the room, I use them for the tele upstairs when im in bed. plus they are not bad to bung into your comp then use them for outside but still get the hiss .
#9
I got some of these a few months back, really bad sound quality also any classical music and get bad 'effects'. Lots of hiss, sadly this is a case of you get what you pay for.
#10
Do these have the common hissing problem?
#11
Picard123
Do these have the common hissing problem?


Turn the volume on the headphones down as low as possible, then turn the sound on the TV right up and this reduces the hissing problem to almost zero :thumbsup:

I got a pair about 3 weeks ago for £11.99, and I am very impressed with them! They do exactly what I want and at this bargain price, you really can't go wrong.
#12
Nice price - I think I will buying a pair of these!
#13
nice 1.x
#14
I presume these would work with an xbox 360 as well?
#15
can someone say if the power adapter takes 110 voltage? (i.e. USA)
#16
r2mahara;6356982
can someone say if the power adapter takes 110 voltage? (i.e. USA)

Doesn't seem to :(

Takes 230v - 50Hz, Outputs 12v ~ 200mA
#17
groomoid
Brought a set of these when they were £11.99 and for cheap wireless headphones very pleased. Looking to buy another set to see whether both my wife and I can have a pair each working off the same receiver, so we can watch TV without disturbing the kids upstairs. Heat added


I own two pairs and yes you can listen to the same source with both headphones at the same time.
#18
kinesin;6357100
Doesn't seem to :(

Takes 230v - 50Hz, Outputs 12v ~ 200mA


Ok, thanks very much for that.
#19
Bully
I presume these would work with an xbox 360 as well?


Not like an Xbox headset would, as the xbox headset has a unique jack size. However, just plug it into your tv and youre away!
#20
Jarvo
Turn the volume on the headphones down as low as possible, then turn the sound on the TV right up and this reduces the hissing problem to almost zero :thumbsup:

I got a pair about 3 weeks ago for £11.99, and I am very impressed with them! They do exactly what I want and at this bargain price, you really can't go wrong.


Good tip if listening through an amp too. Haven't noticed too much hiss, but haven't listened to much 'quiet' music through them tbh.

I bought a pair for £10.99 in July - not as good as my Sennheisers, but good range and excellent for this price. Def thinking about second pair.

H&R dude.
#21
Had three sets of these, the first two went back as they just kept cutting out and were terrible sound quality -- the 3rd pair were exactly the same but couldn't get in touch with play about returning them, sent at least 6 emails/RMA requests that they ignored so have given up and binned them in the end.

Guess I just got unlucky, but wouldn't recommend them (or Play) to any one.
#22
Starlet
Had three sets of these, the first two went back as they just kept cutting out and were terrible sound quality -- the 3rd pair were exactly the same but couldn't get in touch with play about returning them, sent at least 6 emails/RMA requests that they ignored so have given up and binned them in the end.

Guess I just got unlucky, but wouldn't recommend them (or Play) to any one.


I was unlucky too then because mine were AWFUL!!!! Could not recommend them at all, drop outs and hiss were unbearable :x
banned#23
they r good headphones ,i paid 10.99 from play
#24
got these last week at £10.99 and no problems with hiss. really pleased with them. voted hot.
#25
[QUOTE=Jarvo]Turn the volume on the headphones down as low as possible, then turn the sound on the TV right up and this reduces the hissing problem to almost zero :thumbsup:

[/QUOTE

Yes that's exactly what i do to remove the hissing problem. :thumbsup

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#26
Thanks, been umming and arhhing about getting some of these as don't really need them but for a tenner then well worth having them 'just in case' !!

:-)
#27
bobdylan
Thanks, been umming and arhhing about getting some of these as don't really need them but for a tenner then well worth having them 'just in case' !!

:-)


These are brilliant,I've used them none stop... especially when Im watching movies or playing online on my pc late at night.:thumbsup:

The hiss issue that people mentioned isnt a problem. To resolve any hissing the audio input from your device that you plug into them just needs to be turned up, low input causes the his.:)

To resolve this turn up the input signal and use the volume control on the headset itself to a level that you require..job done!:thumbsup:

You wont get a better pair for the price!

Since version 3 software update on your PS3 you can now use two audio outputs. Audio through your HDMI and through the phono audio cables at the same time. so you can actually leave these connected at all time to the ps3 and not have to keep on unplugging them.

They are brilliant with blu ray films, pc gaming, music, and consoles.


So far the the longest i've managed to use them for was 5 and a half hours none stop on ARMA2 lol. They may have run longer, but I didn't get to find out as the miss threw a hissy fit and hid my PC's mouse...liberty!!:oops:


Good long charging times is the key with these headphones, especially the very first charge. Do not short charge these on the initial charge because your in a rush to try them out. It can cause major issues with your future battery usage times.
#28
NB - these are no good for old TVs. Bought some for my dad - plugged them into the headphones socket on the TV. Quality was terrible - hissing and feedback
#29
Looks good. I have just ordered 2 pairs for stocking fillers.
#30
I bought a pair of these of these a while back, from a previous deal. They're very comfy. Sound is not bad if you're very near the transmitter. On mine the recharging jack socket is very dodgy. They're very handy in our small house, when one of us wants to watch the telly while someone else wants to play games on the PC.
#31
Starlet
Had three sets of these, the first two went back as they just kept cutting out and were terrible sound quality -- the 3rd pair were exactly the same but couldn't get in touch with play about returning them, sent at least 6 emails/RMA requests that they ignored so have given up and binned them in the end.

Guess I just got unlucky, but wouldn't recommend them (or Play) to any one.


Play.com are okay.....unless you get a faulty item then they just don't want to know or reply to any enquiries :w00t:
#32
ordered cheers another christmas presi
#33
Ordered, my neighbours been complaining about the noise, even though ive been using cheap crappy baseless speakers on low volume (im talking iPod touch 2nd gen type speakers) listening to speech type stuff not even music. This is the only solution if she complains now ill... grrr
#34
tomba
Play.com are okay.....unless you get a faulty item then they just don't want to know or reply to any enquiries :w00t:


I was surprised that I literally just couldn't get a response from them, you'd think such a big company would have better CS! It's two months now I have been trying!
#35
The two AAA rechargeable batteries that came with mine were terrible! Changed them for a decent pair and they last for weeks, not days. Also, mine were badly matched - one battery had twice the capacity of the other.
#36
ShadyOne
I own two pairs and yes you can listen to the same source with both headphones at the same time.


Shadyone....thanks for that update
#37
V.V. GOOOD and easy to operate.
#38
ordered today! Fingers crossed - my lad wants some for his 'music'
#39
Starlet
Had three sets of these, the first two went back as they just kept cutting out and were terrible sound quality -- the 3rd pair were exactly the same but couldn't get in touch with play about returning them, sent at least 6 emails/RMA requests that they ignored so have given up and binned them in the end.

Guess I just got unlucky, but wouldn't recommend them (or Play) to any one.


Bought some for my son for his birthday - absolute cr*p, didn't even charge up (connections loose), am sending them back but notice i have to pay for return postage - what a joke.
#40
I cant see anymore left, I could do with a pair of these too

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