FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS ABOUT WIRELESS HEADPHONES
While Bluetooth headphones use radio waves to transmit audio signals, wireless headphones use radio or IR waves to send and receive audio signals. Wireless headphones, on the other hand, usually receive signals from a base connected to devices such as a PC, gaming console, speaker or smartphone.
Wi-Fi. Bluetooth and WiFi for different levels of wireless communication. Wi-Fi is better suited to use full-scale networks because it enables faster connectivity, better distance from the base station, and better wireless security (if properly configured) than Bluetooth.
Yes, Bluetooth used in wireless headphones works similar to WiFi but its frequencies are very low and are not considered a threat to human use. As an indicator, they emit a frequency so low that it is a thousand times less than a standard cell phone.
Audio quality: Audiophiles swear by corded headphones for this reason. Wireless headphones receive analog signal, which can handle more data than Bluetooth®. Therefore, it provides better sound quality. No Batteries / Charging: With the exception of active audio canceling headphones, cordless headphones do not require batteries.
Yes, the age of wireless headphones is already over. All modern devices have Bluetooth capability that allows them to be paired with wireless headphones. Battery power is less of a concern. My Bose wireless headphones last for hours with audio charging that lasts 5 minutes.
The simplest answer is no, however, there is a small amount of power required to enable headphones.