Bluetooth headphones for iPod

chornbe

Who, me?
So, I had decided to get a Shuffle. Went to the store to get one and saw that the iPod minis were dropped to $179 (I thought they were $199), so I snagged one.

Now then... what are my wireless headphone options?
 

ElDiabloConCaca

U.S.D.A. Prime
Rumor has it that one of the next incarnations of the iPod will include wireless connectivity. Whether that means bluetooth, 802.11, IR or some other technology remains to be seen.

So, for now, you're probably stuck using a bulky adaptor. I found a lot of hits googling for "bluetooth headphones" and "wireless headphones" -- too many to list here, plus I don't know exactly what you're looking for.

Maybe someone with some experience with wireless headphones will chime in -- plus, there's always ipodlounge.com that has great reviews for all sorts of iPod accessories.
 

chornbe

Who, me?
I should have elaborated. Yes, someone who might have tried a few, owns some, etc. Sorry. I'm at work and my head's all over the place today.

Mostly because I want to leave and go play with my new snowblower ;)
 

ElDiabloConCaca

U.S.D.A. Prime
Heh... what's a "snowblower?" Just kidding... you'd be hard-pressed to find anyone in Texas with a snowblower. We call 'em "leafblowers" down here... ;)
 

chornbe

Who, me?
*smiles* I got home and found a foot of snow waiting ( I live ~35 miles from work in a pretty rural area ) and immediately fired up the leafsnow blower and got to work It's my first time using it since I got it a few weeks ago. 10 minutes and my driveway and sidewalks were clear. We're expecting a bit more leaves snow tonight, so I get to play work on it some more tomorrow :)

Wearing the iPod, of course.

*radio edit* Other forums use ... to do strikeout, so forgive the messiness above. (sigh)
 
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