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Top 5 Tips to Get Wireless Headphones for TV.


The continuous development in wireless technology has led to the increasing popularity of wireless headphones. The wireless headphones today are available in a wide range of variety and deliver exceptional sound quality. Wireless headphones have been around for quite some time but lately a gradual increase is seen in their usage with the television.

Get freedom from wires

The most obvious benefit of wireless headphones for TV is the mobility that it provides. You can stretch, lie down or move around while enjoying music or your favorite TV program, without worrying to damage the wires of the headsets.

Indulge in the sound source

One of the important features to look for when buying a wireless headphone for TV is the type of the headphone. These wireless headsets are mostly available in two variants. One is the circum-aural type which completely cover your ears and the other type is supra-aural that is sit-on type. In both these variants you get to control what you hear and what you don’t want to hear. The circum-aural type totally blocks any environmental noise and allows you to completely indulge in the sound source, where as with the supra-aural type you can concentrate on the sound from the TV without being cut off from the surrounding sound.

Share or listen yourself

Most of the wire free headsets come with the multi-user feature which can enable two or more people to share the same sound using different headsets. You can also keep the sound to yourself without sharing. The noise isolation option is again one of the wonders of wireless technology. The “Bose Quietcomfort Wireless headphones” are the best ones available right now.

Check the compatibility

Wireless headsets are mostly compatible with almost all the leading brands of the TV but it is very much important that to check the compatibility when you go out to buy your favorite headset. The headphones can be fully compatible, not at all compatible or only partially compatible. Headphones with partial compatibility can be very much frustrating. With partial compatibility you would get to hear the sound but might not be able to enjoy all the features of the headphone and you will also not get to experience the best sound quality. Thus, full compatibility is the thing you should aim for.

Where to buy from?

There are a number of avenues from where you can get your most desired wireless headphones. It is recommended that you get it from a certified electronic store. This way you will be assured of the genuineness of the device. Do check on the warranty that is being offered and make sure that you don’t run into any post-sales issue which might lead to a need for replacement. You can also do a research on the internet. There are various sites which provide a lot of information and you can compare the features and narrow down to the piece that best suits your requirement and desire.



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Twenty-six-year-old Kuniako Saito and his team at Cocoa Motors recently unveiled the lithium battery-powered “WalkCar” transporter, which is the size of a laptop and resembles a skateboard more than a car.

The slender WalkCar is made from aluminum and weighs between two and three kilograms (4.4 to 6.6 pounds), depending on whether it is an indoor or outdoor version.

Saito expects to see many other uses for his transporter, as he says it has enough power to help people push wheelchairs with ease. The lightweight aluminum board is stronger than it looks, and can take loads of up to 120kg (265 pounds).

It reaches top speeds of 10 kilometers per hour (6.2 miles per hour), for distances of up to 12 kilometers (7.4 miles) after three hours of charging.

Its developer says it’s also extremely simple to ride. Once the rider stands on it the WalkCar starts automatically, while simply stepping off stops the vehicle. To change direction, the user just shifts their weight.

Best of all, there is no need to find a parking space, because it fits into a small bag when not in use.

Saito said his studies in electric car motor control systems sparked the idea for the new kind of ride.

“I thought, “what if we could just carry our transportation in our bags, wouldn’t that mean we’d always have our transportation with us to ride on?” and my friend asked me to make one, since I was doing my masters in engineering specifically on electric car motor control systems,” he told Reuters.

Saito says he is confident that WalkCar goes beyond bulkier devices such as the Segway or Toyota’s Winglet.

“Maybe I just see it that way, but it seems to me that the U.S. is always the one which invents new products and Japan is the one which takes those products and improves on them to make a better version of it.

But here in this case, the WalkCar is a totally new product I have started from scratch. So I also I want to show the world that Japan can also be innovative,” he said.

Saito says customers will be able to reserve their own WalkCars from autumn 2015 on the crowd-funding website Kickstarter. The futuristic skateboard will have a price-tag of around 100,000 Japanese Yen (about £600).

Shipping is expected to begin by spring 2016.