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Difference between Wireless and Bluetooth headphones & headsets

2020-04-07 18:35:31
Many consumers often feel a little lost in the wide range of Bluetooth headphones & headsets available out there. They have trouble understanding the technology when it comes to buying a new pair of Bluetooth headphones & headsets. Well, the market is flooded with all kinds of wireless headphones, which makes it all the more important for you to find the right Bluetooth headphones & headsets. The first question you must ask yourself is whether you want to go with a wireless or a Bluetooth headphones & headset.

Definition – Wireless and Bluetooth are often used in conjunction with each other and both are even used to determine the same products, especially Bluetooth headphones & headsets. Both the terms may sound synonymous, however, they are quite different from each other when it comes to technology. Also, not all wireless devices use Bluetooth technology.

Both are the standards for wireless communication but there are a few things that separate these wireless technologies. Both the technologies have their own uses and it is important to better understand the difference between the two. Depending on what you intend to do with your Bluetooth headphones & headsets, one or the other technology may have an edge over the other.

  Bluetooth is basically a wireless technology used to connect multiple devices using radio waves without using wires or cable within a short range. Bluetooth technology is used to send and receive data and information using Bluetooth-enabled mobile devices such as a smartphone, laptop, tablet, or any Bluetooth-enabled device. Bluetooth headphones & headsets directly pair with your cellphone via Bluetooth to provide a wire-free listening experience.

Bluetooth headphones & headsets, on the other hand, transmit audio signals either through infrared or radio frequency waves. The device receives the signal usually from a base that is connected to a device such as a speaker, smartphone, gaming console, or a computer without any kind of a cable or wire. The headset is powered by standard batteries which can be easily replaced if power depleted.