Why are Bluetooth headphones such a waste of money?
All their good for is sitting on the charger. They don’t give you any warring the battery is dying untill it’s maybe a minute or two from cutting out if even that. Just in the middle of w video or something DING DING ***** I WANNA GO ON THE CHARGER OR I I WILL CUT OUT AND MAKE **** PLAY OUTLOUD ON YOUR PHONE SPEAKER. RIGHT NOWWWWWWWWW it’s so obnoxious.
- spacemissingLv 72 months agoFavorite Answer
This is why you should Not be a Slave to Wireless Equipment.
Wired systems will ALWAYS be superior,
and it is best to accept that fact to begin with.
Never let "convenience" tempt you to use inferior technology!
- 2 months ago
the only thing wireless equipment do good is get lost forever!
but with the so called "wireless chargers," the place you charge them on IS STILL CONNECTED TO A WIRE!!! they're like the so called "hover boards" where they dont actually hover, they're just segways with the handle cut off
- BoyLv 42 months ago
maybe because of their clarity and their security?
But I had the same problems that you do about their annoyance for recharge.
- robertoLv 62 months ago
spacemissing,he has it right,wired systems are most often faultless,if the system installed is good quality and wired in properly,wireless means RFs delivered in air crowded with a hundred types of similar radio sigs,garage door openers blenders,cellphones,wifi computer sigs,
also,you item was most likely made in china,they often make crappy everything
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- 異域秦後人Lv 72 months ago
Because it contains a small and low AH battery that only able to run less than one hour. Do not use this junk and cheap made device.
- Markus ImhofLv 72 months ago
You got the wrong headphones. Or, guessing from your rant, the wrong approach.
Mine last a couple of weeks of commuting on one charge. If I plug them in once a week, that's enough.
- Anonymous2 months ago
Awww, you poor Snowflake. Life is so tough, isn't it?
- 2 months ago
Bluetooth headphones are far more subject to rapid obsolescence. Bluetooth codecs improve, charging standards change, lithium batteries die. As new Bluetooth headphones add more features, older models seem, well, old. Wired headphones keep improving too, but chances are your investment will last longer.