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Popular questions about headphones

Most wireless headphones use Bluetooth to connect to your phone or tablet. They range from tiny earbuds to larger over-ear models.

Some wireless headphones use an included wireless transmitter instead of Bluetooth. The transmitter connects to your TV or home audio system, so you can watch or listen anytime, without disturbing others.

All Bluetooth headphones are wireless, but some wireless headphones use an included wireless transmitter instead of Bluetooth. The transmitter connects to your TV or home audio system, so you can watch or listen anytime, without disturbing others.

Some of our most popular headphones are noise-canceling. They let you listen in noisy environments like on a plane or at the office at quieter volumes, and still hear the detail in your music.

These headphones use microphones to pick up noise in your environment, then they generate an out-of-phase signal that cancels the sound before it reaches your ears.

When you're working out, you'll appreciate headphones that don't have a connecting cord to get in your way, and which stay in place as you move around. We carry a range of "sports" headphones for just that purpose.

Over-ear and on-ear Bluetooth headphones tend to have much longer-lasting batteries than smaller, earbud-style headphones. That's because with tiny in-ear headphones, manufacturers need to keep the design very small, and as light as possible.

In-ear headphones have batteries that can last up to 12 hours, while larger on-ear and over-ear headphones can offer as much as 20 to 30 hours of use between charges, or even more.

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