Friday, April 13, 2007
Helium Digitalís HDBT-700 Bluetooth Headphones
Posted by Pete Paxton in "ARTICLE" @ 08:00 AM
http://www.twoinchview.com/136-helium-digital-hdbt700.htm"People with Windows Mobile devices Ė whether they be network-connected smartphones with the latest EVDO or UMTS wireless technology, or PDAs using 802.11b WiFi Ė all have one thing in common: they want to get rid of all the wires. I can recall the days when PDAs required connecting to a phone line or CAT5 Ethernet cable in order to get Internet access (yes, I am getting old). Now that we have the wireless networking part more or less nailed, thereís just one more wire thatís got to go: the cable connecting headphones for listening to music. Helium Digitalís HDBT-700 Bluetooth headphones aim to do exactly that."
The Two Inch View has a review on the HDBT-700 Bluetooth stereo headphones. The article states they were tested on the Dash and Treo 750 and it's interesting that they apparently sound better on the 750 than they do the Dash. I use the Motorola HT820 BT stereo headphones on my Dash while they sound great, they make me look like I have the Princess Leia hairdoo. :oops: So how about it? Do any of you use bluetooth stereo headphones with your A2DP device? Let us hear from you.
UPDATE: Want to save $10 off the purchase price? Use the code Thoughts-HD (valid until the end of May) when buying the product directly from Helium Digital.
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