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Logitech intros FreePulse wireless headphones


Logitech today introduced its FreePulse wireless headphones for iPods and other MP3 players. The cordless headphones feature a behind-the-head design with spring-steel headband, integrated volume controls, bass boost, and Bluetooth 2.0 Enhanced Data Rate (EDR) wireless technology. The FreePulse headphones ($100) come with an adapter that plugs into any player with a 3.5 mm headphone jack. Both the headphones and adapter are rechargeable and have a range of up to 33 feet. The Logitech FreePulse headphones will be available next month.

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wow bout damn time!!! i was reaading up on logitecs last failed attempt to make wireless headphone. u can still get the old ones for like $30. but anyways im glad to hear they have modified the old ones. ill be picking up a pair of these as soon as they come out. has anyone seen the specs on the the unit that attaches to the ipod? i wonder if it would be thicker than the ipod itself.

Posted by Shamrockcracka on September 26, 2006 at 12:03 PM (CDT)


it is not that big… you can see it in the product tour on te logitech site

and I agree - ‘bout damn time!

Posted by divigation on September 26, 2006 at 11:00 PM (CDT)


Those would be sweet with my MacBook.

Posted by Galley on September 27, 2006 at 12:28 AM (CDT)


Does anybody know what other bluetooth headphones are currently compatible with the 5G ipod?

Posted by rtestroet on September 27, 2006 at 2:34 AM (CDT)


Anyone know if these will work on the new ipod shuffle or not? As it looks like a simple headphone jack connection? Will make my life far easier if they are so i dont get flappy cables everyhwhere when im biking.

Posted by Johnathan on September 27, 2006 at 1:41 PM (CDT)


Everything Logitech ever made has had bad sound and I’m sure these will follow suit.

Cardboard anyone?

Posted by hm on September 27, 2006 at 4:02 PM (CDT)



Well that’s funny because I have Logitech X230 speakers for my other PC and they sounds excellent.  If you read reviews on most of their other speakers, everyone agrees they are great products.  I don’t know about their headphones, but don’t be ignorant and say everything they’ve made sounds horrible…

Posted by Sean on September 28, 2006 at 2:47 AM (CDT)


It actually sounds pretty good….. but “STILL NO MICROPHONE” ?! Darn It!!!

Posted by DJ on September 28, 2006 at 4:07 AM (CDT)


This should work with anything with a Mini Plug…. so as long as you can plug in a headphone… this will work. Only down side is that you only have 4 controls…. ON, OFF, Vol.UP & Vol.DOWN. You will NOT be able to do Back or Forward Track.

And Keep in mind that the receiver you have to plug into your device is pretty big (about half the size of a Video iPod)... so if you plan on using this with the brand new Tiny little Shuffle…. the whole thing will definetly no longer be small.

Posted by DJ on September 28, 2006 at 4:20 AM (CDT)


True but when im riding ive got a backpack on so i dump it in there with a headphone port on the back of my backpack for my headphones. Which have habit of trying to strangle me. So size really isnt an issue.

Posted by Johnathan on September 28, 2006 at 2:07 PM (CDT)

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