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I'm getting very anxious to order my new MBP and i'm already buying peripherals for it. I'd really like to get a set of good wireless headphones, anyone have good/bad experiences with these? Looking at the Logitech FreePulse right now...it's bluetooth and it's normally used with ipods so it has a transmitter, but couldn't it be used with the MBP's built in bluetooth?

Any other wireless headphones you recommend?
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Do you also plan to chat using Skype or MSN? If you do you will need a headset rather than just headphones.

I use the Plantronics P590 which does both.
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nah, probably no chat. just headphones
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You should check out the reviews at Headroom: http://www.headphone.com/guide/by-he...wireless-type/

I personally don't like wireless, as you have to replace batteries, and most units I've tried suffer from occasional interference and drop-off. For sound quality, you can't beat the Sennheisers (blows away Bose).

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Which Sennheisers's are you speaking of?

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