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Wireless Headphone Thingies?

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#1 Ryan 3000

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Posted 11 April 2008 - 09:58 PM

This one is kind of hard to explain. I've seen lots of those bluetooth headphone sets. But all I hear is 'bad quality sound' as part of every review. My question is, could I build a wireless sender/receiver that I can plug my OWN heaphones into?
So: I would play music on my Archos. Out goes the 3.5mm cable, but it plugs into a sender that transmits a radio signal. A battery-powered receiver receives the radio signal and puts it back into 3.5mm so I can put in my own headphones. Could I do this with Radio Shack parts? Is it even plausible? Can you give a price estimate?

Sorry, I just now realised that this is General Chat. I was feeling spontaneous.

BTW has everyone seen Power Thirst on YouTube?


Edited by Ryan 3000, 11 April 2008 - 10:07 PM.

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