Sony MDRIF140K.CEK Infrared Headphones - £14.99 Delivered @ Play.com - HotUKDeals
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Infrared cordless headphone system
Light-weight headphones for extended listening comfort
Signal reception area of up to 7 metres (direct distance) and 3 metres (at /- 45 degrees)
Self-adjusting headband provides a precise comfortable fit
30 mm driver unit of headphones delivers high-quality sound
Power On/Off manual switch available (to preserve battery power when not used)
Easy connection with TV, VCR, Hi-fi system, or PC Volume control function on the headphones
Up to 60 hours playback with AAA Alkaline battery (not supplied)
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#1
For a few extra pounds you can get the bluetooth ones a few posts down which don't need line of sight...
#2
joylove;2745018
For a few extra pounds you can get the bluetooth ones a few posts down which don't need line of sight...

They have rubbish battery, ifrared ones are always about battery!!

VOTED HOT!
#3
i have these and they are great for watching tv in bed, saves disturbing rest of the house, battery life is very good, only drawback is foam ear pads become loose after a while and sony replacement pads are about £15, but i find the large foam pads in maplins which are about 2 quid a set are ideal. voted hot
#4
gary_rip
They have rubbish battery, ifrared ones are always about battery!!

VOTED HOT!


But the bluetooth ones last a decent 11 hours and are rechargeable. So add £5 to this price to get yourself some rechargeable AAA batteries. :whistling:
#5
yes but bluetooth is no good for tv and thats what i use them for
#6
Thanks for posting this - just purchased! Remember Quido 4%
#7
I'm onto my 3rd pair of these headphones after the first two stopped working properly. The sound quality isnt overly amazing either. Not having a cable is godsend though.

A battery lasts me about a week so make sure you have a couple of rechargeable to swap in and out.
#8
Im looking for a wireless headset but with a decent microphone - can anyone recommend one?
#9
joylove
But the bluetooth ones last a decent 11 hours and are rechargeable. So add £5 to this price to get yourself some rechargeable AAA batteries. :whistling:


And just add £1000 and you'll get a gold lined pair.
#10
Anyone know how these connect to a TV?
#11
bobdylan
Anyone know how these connect to a TV?


The Base unit has red/white stereo jacks and line-in jack (and comes with a red/white stereo jack to line-in cable to connect to your TV's respective sockets
#12
Thanks for that, I have the red/white sockets but no line-in I suspect as this is the headphone socket?? (mine doesn't have one)

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