Logitech FreePulse Wireless Headphones Price & Specs in Malaysia August, 2020

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Logitech FreePulse Wireless Headphones Specs

Release Date in Malaysia
ModelFreePulse Wireless Headphones
DateOct 2006
Ports & interfaces
Connectivity technologyWireless
Wireless range10 m
Ear couplingSupraaural
Product typeHeadphones

Reviews of Logitech FreePulse Wireless Headphones

Reviewed on 2008-03-20
Wiring is the bane of modern technology. Each new shining piece of equipment brings forth cables and wires that clutter rooms, tables, homes and offices. The 100% wireless future is still a utopia but at least you can try to get rid of a common wire: t...
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Reviewed on 2007-12-20
It has an awesome patented receiver that plugs into any electronic device with a 3.5mm stereo plug, resulting in wireless playback up to 33 feet. It’s also real simple to use. Just charge it up then plug-and-play.
The design of the headband is not adjustable. That means that wearing anything around your neck such as a collared shirt or a towel might interfere with the fit of the headphones. Not to mention the ear -rings become awfully uncomfortable to wear after a long period of time. Even more so, these aren’t the headphones that are going to satisfy serious audiophiles. They’re loud, just not extremely...
Although the Logitech FreePulse Wireless shines when it comes to wireless convenience, the lack of comfort, limited usage time and less than fantastic sound may be enough to deter some users. But if you can withstand these imperfections than the Logite...
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Reviewed on 2007-04-26
The Logitech FreePulse Wireless Headphones are remarkably light, flexible, and resilient. The sound quality is decent overall with an emphasis on bass. The Bluetooth transmitter can be used with any audio source that has a minijack headphone output.
Troubleshooting possible Bluetooth connection problems can be a hassle compared to the reliability of hardwired headphones. Unlike previous Logitech designs, there are no playback controls on these headphones.
We remember when Logitech released the first Bluetooth headphones for the iPod back in 2005. In fact, we still have those antiques here at our office. Although the originals were innovative for the time, they were expensive at $150 and suffered from a ...
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Reviewed on 2007-02-10
It's difficult to imagine anyone complaining about having fewer wires, and as technology advances we have to deal with an increasingly large spaghetti junction of wires in every day life. Pleasingly, significant progress has been made and there's a certa...
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Reviewed on 2006-12-01
Excellent value. Attractive styling. Decent bass. Good range. Built-in remote.
Not particularly comfortable. Sound lacks detail and spaciousness. Bulky Bluetooth plug. Cant be pocketed.
While millions of people walk around with portable digital music players, Ill bet no one likes the mess of tangled wires they usually come with. Logitechs FreePulse Wireless Headphones eliminate the unwieldy cords—and cost less than $100 to boot ($...
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Reviewed on 2006-11-01
Do you love your iPod® or similar type of portable music player, but hate being tied to it with the corded headphones? Most do, so Logitech created a solution with the new FreePulse™ wireless headphones. The FreePulse™ leverages from Bluetoot...
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Reviewed on 2006-10-16
Outstanding sound quality, Flawless pairing, No static, Easy to use, Good battery life, Lots of fit plates included, Can be used with any device with a minijack audio output, Excellent value, Did I mention they sound great?
Headphones place too much pressure on the ear, Transmitter is a little large but the width matches the iPod Nano perfectly, No noise canceling
I love my iPod. I love having all my music available to me wherever I go. I love how easy it is to use. I love the excellent sound quality. What I do not love is dealing with cables. In fact, I hate them. When I travel, all the cables I bring with ...
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Reviewed on 2006-09-29
The first pair of iPod-ready headphones with Bluetooth 2.0+EDR wireless technology inside, effortlessly pairing an iPod-agnostic transmitter with a warm-balanced, good-sounding pair of over-the-ear headphones. Comfort, sound quality, and distance perfo......
equently, Bluetooth 2.0+EDR accessories can sound better without requiring big batteries, though no promises have been made about better distance performance. FreePulse makes unexpectedly good use of the new Bluetooth technology. For reasons unknown, ......
Logitech has come a long way in the past year: its mm50 is a class-leading travel speaker with numerous other up- and down-market options on shelves or en route, and the company seems dedicated to winning over headphone buyers in the same way. To that ...
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Reviewed on 2007-04-12
Logitechs FreePulse Wireless headset. IF YOU want music wherever you go without the hassle of tangled cables, its time to go wireless. Whether youre grooving at the gym or rocking to the beat on the train, a wireless Bluetooth st...
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Reviewed on 2007-07-16
Extra mobility, Sound quality, Lightweight, Decent batery life, Range of transmitter, Ability to pair with other bluetooth enabled devices...
Comfort after wearing the headphones for a prolonged amount of time...
The week of the fourth of July is all about celebrating freedom in the United States. This year, however, I was able to celebrate in a unique way, with Logitechs FreePulse Wireless headphones. The headphones are meant to be used on the road in conjuc...
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