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Logitech FreePulse Wireless Headphones
Wireless MP3 Headphones



The Logitech FreePulse wireless headphones are an excellent option for wireless mp3 headphones — offering a higher degree of mobility on the go than traditional corded headphones.

Logitech is well known for their good hardware, not only their mouse and keyboards, but also their other products. This is the case with the FreePulse Wireless Headphones as well.

Features

Logitech FreePulse Wireless Headphones
The FreePulse headphones come with an adapter, a headphone, charger (in which you can recharge the adapter, as well as the headphones), extension for normal audio line-in, 8 adapters for different mp3-players (esp. for all current iPods) and a manual.

The manual however is very short and only gives you a brief introduction to the headphones, their functions and what to do or whom to contact if you encounter any problems.

The adapter is a little large but its position or size does not reduce its mobility. The design of the adapter and the headphones is excellent and sophisticated.

The build of the Logitech FreePulse wireless headphones is flexible and sturdy, contrary to its sleek and ergonomic appearance. It is comfortable on the ears even if you are wearing glasses.

It won't push or pull anywhere or feel too tight as it is very light. Moreover, you will feel that the build of these headphones is of high quality.

The use of the headphones is very simple: you press the "on" button of both devices (the adapter and the headphones) for about 2 seconds until they are both blinking.

The red LEDs will continue blinking until they have "found" each other, then the LEDs will turn from blinking red to a static blue. The connection is good and works well with a distance of 1-2 meters.

You can also use these with your cell phone if you wish so. Using the Logitech FreePulse wireless headphones with cell phones is prone to more disconnections however, but this is rare.

The sound quality isn't bad, but could be better. The lower tunes, especially when it comes to bass, are not bad, but it doesn't balance out everything as good as professional (even more expensive) headphones would do.

Otherwise, the headphones are sufficient on the higher tunes and the standard setup of the headphones will be sufficient for a person who isn't an audiophile. The only difference you might notice if you don't listen to a lot of music, is when you turn the volume up all the way.

By the way, there are two buttons on the right side of the headphones that allows you to change the volume.

Depending on the output sound volume of the music device you are using (be it iPod or cell phone) you might have to turn the volume all the way up on the headphones, but it works, that's the important part really.

If you are going to work in a loud bus or train, with the environment being generally loud, you can increase the volume. Then when you come into your office you just have to tap the right side of your headphones and the volume will reduce.

Even the battery life is better than expected. It promises up to 6 hours but it may even hold out for a longer period of time. When the battery needs charging, it takes less time than specified by the manufacturer.

Naturally, while the headphones are loading you will have to have patience. You can't hear music while they are loading.

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Conclusion

The Logitech FreePulse wireless headphones are a great set of wireless mp3 headphones that are comfortable, durable, well-built and have a very decent sound quality.

The price may be a little high but they are well worth every penny.

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