I have been really pleased with my Naztech Bluetooth cordless Noise canceling headphones. The feature I simply love the most, other than the quality of the sound etc. when on jets, is the volume control on the side when a flight attendant or captain comes on and “screams” over the sound system all but blowing out your ear drums during a movie.
When I am watching movies on my phone, via Amazon Prime for example, I can go full Bluetooth and not have to mess with cords. This has been a beyond liberating experience. I do not have enough adjectives to describe how sweet this is. But I still had to cord when watching Delta IFE (in flight entertainment). Well not anymore. See the little bluetooth gadget right of my headphones?
I have been testing this little puppy at home simply plugging it into my speaker jack on my computer and I am really impressed. The pairing with my headphones was super simple – that is, just hold both pairing buttons down till they both flash and then wait 10 seconds and done.
Again, I can not wait to fly soon and try these out as I travel. Do I have any concerns? Like all things that run on battery I look forward to seeing if the suggested “10 hours” of output really happens. I get around that much battery life from my headphones so if that happens I will be impressed. If not I have tested charging the unit while in use and that seems to work.
I do have a few concerns. The first and foremost being me that I will forget to unplug it and walk away from it. Or, I forget to unplug it if I am in the aisle seat and my seat mate gets up and brushes past it and breaks off the mini-plug. Both I expect will happen but for under $20 if I have to replace it once a year that is not a deal breaker.
What do you think? Have you gone Bluetooth for your headphones yet? Have you used this or another mini sound port to Bluetooth adapter yet to elevate your in-flight sound experience? – René
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