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iLuv debuts Bluetooth headphones, ear clips


iLuv has introduced a new set of headphones and a new pair of ear clips that use Bluetooth wireless technology. The iPod-compatible headsets allow you to listen to your music wirelessly and can also be used with Bluetooth-enabled cell phones. The iLuv i903 Noise-Canceling Headphones ($100) feature a swivel, over the head design and noise canceling technology. They also include a Bluetooth audio transmitter, soft-cushioned ear pads, and a mini-USB connection. The iLuv i202 Stereo Ear Clips ($90) feature a folding, swivel design and clip directly to the ear. The ear clips have integrated remote control functions (Play/Pause/Skip/Volume Controls) and come with a dongle-style Bluetooth audio adapter.



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At least they don’t look like a bad pair of earings like the Etyomics…

Posted by Tenchi211 on November 9, 2006 at 2:21 PM (CST)


* The integrated remote control feature is only supported when the connected devices support the remote control feature through Bluetooth wireless technology.
?!above copied from web site…..
Does that mean it’s pretty much USELESS?! I’d be waiting for a review from somewhere….. Wireless ROCKS!!

Posted by DJ on November 9, 2006 at 3:47 PM (CST)


Copied from the site: ?Audio devices without Bluetooth wireless technology can connect to i202 using the included wireless audio transmitter”
To DJ, yes this will work with an iPod.

Posted by dudie62052 on November 9, 2006 at 6:25 PM (CST)


DJ and Dudue62052, whether it will work depends on whether the dongle style attachment connects to the dock connector or the headphone port. If it is the former (which i suspect) then yes, it will work.

Posted by anti-luddite on November 9, 2006 at 9:30 PM (CST)


Those would be great with my MacBook.

Posted by Galley on November 9, 2006 at 11:42 PM (CST)


Actually I suspect it uses the headphone jack, not the dock connector. The iLuv website says “the dongle lets you convert almost any audio device into a wireless device”.

If it uses the headphone jack, no AVRCP.

Posted by Todd on November 10, 2006 at 9:55 AM (CST)


iLuv’s website has updated the pages to include photos of the accessories. It IS a dongle through the headphone jack. However, it does say that it uses AVRCP…

Posted by Josh on November 10, 2006 at 11:52 AM (CST)


wow….really looking forward to a review on these. :)


Posted by OnlyShawn on November 10, 2006 at 2:26 PM (CST)


Wow, Recently got one of those Motorola V3i phones with bluetooth &  iTunes MP3 player built in. The instructions read that the music can’t be listened to through bluetooth, what a disappointment. Also, the built in player doesn’t appear to have tone adjustments, or built in equalizer, anaother disappointment, seems like most bass is missing. But these iLuv phones might be the answer, at least the wireless one. Anyone have one of these phones? Would like to improve the sound on the built-in iTunes/iPod….if possible. Thanks

Posted by Greg Sillivan on November 13, 2006 at 2:34 PM (CST)


Anyone else notice that iLuv’s website has a price increase on the ear clips? From $89.95 to $109.95! Hmmm…

Posted by bluazul on November 13, 2006 at 4:21 PM (CST)


Should the pricing be updated? I just checked out their site and both items are $20 more expensive than in the news brief. In addition, 4-6 weeks for shipping?!?! Why not just say ‘preorder’?

Posted by dc on November 14, 2006 at 1:04 PM (CST)


I wanna know if it’s possible to use this bluetooth headphones with the motorola v3i, that has the itunes software for music.
I’m very upset with the fact that the v3i can’t work with the motorola bluetooth headphoes ht820.
So if this iluv work with it, they are the solution.

Posted by antonio on December 17, 2006 at 5:48 PM (CST)


these things are starting to seem like vapor-ware.  they’ve been on “pre-order” (unavailable, out of stock) for a month past their intended release, with no word on when it’s to come out.  anybody hear anything new?

Posted by bloo on December 27, 2006 at 7:32 PM (CST)


I have ordered apair of i-Luv i903 Noise cancelling headphone’s, but have been told the product is on backorder until somehwer end october 2007 ... Not sure what is going on here, there seem to be no vendor that has these headphones in stock!

Posted by jcc on July 20, 2007 at 5:34 PM (CDT)


would it be compatible with the blackberry pearl from telus?

Posted by ________ on November 16, 2007 at 11:43 AM (CST)


Great investment, while deployed, I purchased the ear clips for the Mrs. and the Stereo Backphones with DSP for me and the set up is out of this world. I use it with my iPod and laptop with real good results without the hassle of wires getting caught on everything seen and unseen. It’s even less of a hassle when I SKYPE with my loved ones back in the states. You won’t feel tied down to your computer with the worry about yanking your head off cause you forgot how short your wire was.

Posted by Soldier Boy on July 6, 2008 at 3:26 AM (CDT)

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