Santa Rosa, CA, April 17, 2011 --(PR.com
)-- Wireless Headphones come in three flavors; Infrared, Bluetooth and Radio Frequency. Each type has merits and each will fail for certain uses. Consumers are often confused and overwhelmed with industry jargon. By cutting through the clutter and providing the clear and easy-to-digest information that buyers need, wifiheadphones.org makes it easy to make an informed choice.
Whether choosing wifi headphones for exercising, listening to music and audio programs, watching television, or matched with a cell phone, iPhone, MP3 player, iPad, laptop computer, or home stereo, wifiheadphones.org has the important information that consumers want and the advice that consumers need to purchase the right product for their personal needs.
While trying to find a pair of headphones for his own use, Alan Nelson, the owner of wifiheadphones.org, quickly became confused by the myriad of technologies and choices. "I spent countless hours researching online and in stores, as well as speaking with friends and colleagues," he said. "I've put all my research in one place, at wwww.wifiheadphones.org, so that other folks can benefit from all the time I invested."
By starting their search for wireless headphones or Bluetooth headphones at wifiheadphones.org, folks will better understand all the available choices. There are significant differences between wireless headphones that use radio frequency (RF), Infrared (IR), and Bluetooth technologies. Also, there are headphones that fit over the ear, on the ear, and inside the ear and this makes a huge difference in comfort and convenience.
"I was bewildered by all the choices," one shopper was reported as saying. "Wifiheadphones.org really helped me to define what I really needed." Wifiheadphones.org has an affiliate relationship with Amazon.com, Gamestop, Best Buy and other major retailers and provides information on products by Sennheiser, Panasonic, Motorola, Plantronics and many other manufacturers.