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Old 12-27-2012, 01:23 AM   #1
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Default Looking for multi-purpose wireless headphones

After trying to read through all the various threads, I still don't see what I'm looking for, so although I only visit this site once or twice a year, I thought I'd throw out my question - you guys have been helpful in the past.

Essentially, I recieved a pair of Bose QC15 headphones for Christmas. However, the wife thought they were wireless, as the main reason I'm looking at new headphones is for a wireless option (I have about 3-4 pairs of noice cancelling earbuds) so I can watch recorded TV and movies at night when she goes to sleep.

While there are many wireless headphones for TV, I'm thinking of a few additional usages - in that I travel for work and frequently watch movies on the flights (thus noice cancelling is nice), and the idea of Bluetooth connection to my phone (Galaxy Note II) is interesting - but I don't think I can use Bluetooth with my Onkyo TX-SR705 receiver. Is there some device I can put on an output jack on the Onkyo to convert into Bluetooth? I've seen many devices that RECEIVE Bluetooth signal to be used throughout my home theater/audio system, but none that convert the other way?

The idea of being able to use a closed pair of headphones (to keep from bothering others), wireless, with possible noise cancellation is appealing - just can't seem to find any here in Orange County, CA to try out live.

Does anyone have any ideas? I think I'm going to need to move to the $400-500 range (up from the $300 for the price of the Bose) to do this, but need to make sure things will work with all aspects. The TV requirement is the largest - and the primary reason to begin with.

Oh, and they need to be RF or something that travels through cabinets. I have my A/V equipment in a cabinet where I keep the doors closed while watching (which I could do when I upgraded my Logitech remote to the RF version a couple of years ago).

Any help you guys can provide would be great...just trying to figure this stuff out (or decided if I'll buy the $1.50 audio jack adapter and just use the corded Bose headphones and plug them into my Onkyo headphone jack

...........Main TV: Sony KDL-46XBR3
.........Receiver: Onkyo TX-SR705
.......Cable Box: Motorola DCT3614-1
Blu-Ray Player: Panasonic BD-35
........Speakers: Polk 6880 5.1 Surround
............Power: Tripplite HT3100PC
..........Remote: Harmony 880
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