Listen to your music in style no wires attached! Logitech's Wireless Headphones for iPod use advanced Bluetooth frequency hopping technology for interference free, crystal clear audio. Digital wireless technology provides over 30 feet of range, and rechargeable batteries can play up to eight hours per charge. These headphones include a wireless adapter that snaps onto your iPod or iPod mini, plus integrated controls so you can adjust the volume, play, pause, or select tracks without touching your iPod. The power of wireless audio is in your control with Logitech's Wireless Headphones for iPod.
Noise Canceling: No
Headphone Type: Behind-the-neck
General Features: Volume Control
Type of Wireless Headphone: Bluetooth
Product Title: Logitech iPod Wireless Headphones
Power Score: 3.3 | 58 Reviews
Wireless Transmitter Range: 30 ft
Battery and Other Features
Battery Life: 8 hour(s)
Warranty Information: 2 Year Limited Warranty
URL: Manufacturer Link
Included Components: Bluetooth Transmitter
Microphone Type: None
Cord Style: Wireless
Device Type: Headphone
Green Compliance: RoHS
Frequency Band: Ready to use with iPod or iPod mini - just charge, plug, and play
Earpiece Controls: Volume
Green Compliance: Yes
Wireless Operating Distance: 30 ft
Product Reviews (10)
This product is junk
Strengths: Range is actually much greater than the 30 ft. I loved not having the cord.
Weakness: Headphones break in half
I loved being freed from the hassle of a cord. I put my device in the middle of the YMCA and had free reign anywhere within about 50 to 60 ft. Sound quality was satisfactory and the headphones weren't very comfortable at first, but I got used to them.
Unfortunately, like many other victims of this junk product, my headphones broke in half after about 3 or 4 weeks of use.
By markrosenleaf - Feb 2, 2008
Too Heavy & Way Too Big
Strengths: No wires.
Weakness: Too big, too heavy, doesn't work correctly with my iPod.
I currently have the Bose earbuds which have awesome sound quality, these were obviously less expensive so the sound quality was obviously going to suffer. However, I didn't expect the bulkiness and the heaviness that these headphones have. I have a relatively normal sized head, maybe even a bit on the small side, and these were way too big for me. I am looking for a replacement when I'm at the...
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I currently have the Bose earbuds which have awesome sound quality, these were obviously less expensive so the sound quality was obviously going to suffer. However, I didn't expect the bulkiness and the heaviness that these headphones have. I have a relatively normal sized head, maybe even a bit on the small side, and these were way too big for me. I am looking for a replacement when I'm at the gym on the treadmill. (The wires of my Bose earbuds get in my way.) These are definitely not what I was hoping for. Plus the adapter has the regular ear phone male jack, but it has another little square shaped male piece that should insert alongside of the earphone jack. I have an older video iPod and this doesn't work. So the functions on the earphones are totally useless to me since I have to use the 4-5 inch adapter, the length on it is unnecessary.
So anyway, I don't recommend this product if you'll be doing anything physical while wearing it. Jogging on the treadmill was nearly impossible, they would fall off my ears.
By melyssakae - Jan 28, 2008
Hassle free frequency
Strengths: No cords,no tangle and no snag. Great sound. Mobility convenient. Awesome reception.
Weakness: Battery description reads Eight hours before charge is needed. More like an hour before the beeping starts. It's possible I have a bum battery. The adaptor doesn't fit flush on my iPod.
Over all it's a great idea but I trust it could use some fine tuning. As I wrote,I'm not too crazy about having an additional cord between my pod and the adaptor. The battery life isn't as promised. If the wireless adaptor fit flush on the pod and the battery last longer, it would be a hassle free dream.
By enyc03 - Jan 27, 2008
Not Up To Logitech Standards!
Weakness: Poor Design
This product is not designed very well. The headset does not fit and wearing it for any length of time is out of the question. The transmitter is connected to the Ipod only by the phone jack and it swings around on the Ipod due to the weight of it. It's not very stable. I should have returned the product but didn't.
By mickey5ft - Dec 16, 2007
Great performance but weak headband
Strengths: Great sound, comfortable, easy set up, easy use, good looks, great price. Can work with other BlueTooth devises in addition to iPod.
Weakness: Band that goes in back of your head has a tendency to crack. Potential design flaw & maybe why they are so reasonably priced. Friends who bought these had the same issue.
My headband has only cracked so far and hopefully with some tape reinforcement will not break all the way through. I also got these to work with my BlueTooth enabled laptop and a friend got them to work with his BlueTooth phone for playing music.
By Wilco1 - Aug 14, 2007