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Creative WP-350 Bluetooth Wireless Headphones with Built-in Microphone

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RRP: £89.99
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  • Wireless Bluetooth stereo headset with a concealed microphone
  • Enhanced audio experience with aptX technology
  • Optimum sonic performance with Neodymium drivers
  • Soft leatherette ear cushions fold flat for easy storage
  • Compatible with mobile Bluetooth devices, such as laptops, smartphones or portable media players

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Product details

  • Product Dimensions: 34.5 x 20.5 x 22 cm ; 109 g
  • Boxed-product Weight: 454 g
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  • Item model number: 51EF0490AA001
  • ASIN: B0056XMW0C
  • Date first available at 9 Jun 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 3.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (63 customer reviews)
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Product Description

Whether it’s chatting on your mobile phone or tuning to music from your Bluetooth-enabled devices, the Creative WP-350 Bluetooth wireless headphones with “invisible mic” handles both with equal aplomb. It incorporates aptX technology that ensures audio content transmitted over Bluetooth is instant and crystal-clear.

Box Contains

  • 1 pair of WP-350 headphones with invisible mic
  • 1 travel pouch
  • 1 USB charging cable (1m / 3.3ft)

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    28 of 29 people found the following review helpful By S. P. Long TOP 500 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 22 Oct 2011
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    I've never used Bluetooth headphones before - I'm quite picky about sound quality, and I tend to use decent wired headphones with my portable audio devices to get the best sound. I was curious to see if my doubts about Bluetooth audio were based in reality, so I gave these Creative headphones a try.

    First impressions are pretty good (other than it taking me 5 minutes to work out how to get them out of the box!) They feel light but sturdy, and pairing them with both my iPhone 4 and my iPad was painless. Both devices sent audio to the Creatives by default when paired, and the controls on the right hand side of the headphones worked for play, pause and track skip.

    The headphones fit quite tightly, but not uncomfortably so, and they do a reasonable job of blocking a lot of the outside noise. Contrary to appearances, they sit on the ears rather than around them, but the ear pads are comfortable and the overall weight of the headset is less than some full-size headphones without Bluetooth. Certainly I was able to wear them for an hour or more without feeling any discomfort.

    So how do they sound? It's a game of two halves, really. The headphones and amplifier sound pretty good - the bass is deep and well-defined, and the treble is clear without being shrill or tiring. The problem, as I had suspected, is the Bluetooth link. BT headphones compress audio in a similar manner to MP3 for transmission, and the effects of this compression are audible if you know what you are listening for. There is a slight splashiness on treble - cymbals in particular - and whenever the music gets complex (such as the orchestral pieces on Peter Gabriel's "New Blood"), everything becomes a bit of an indistinct mess, with all the instruments tending to blur together.
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    16 of 17 people found the following review helpful By Mr. P. HAIGH TOP 1000 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 28 Oct 2011
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    Creative's WP-350 Headphones are of the on-ear variety - which is difficult to tell from the photos on the box: does the model have very small ears, or have the headphones been made to appear bigger than they actually are?

    So, what's in the box? For your money you get the headphones, a USB 3 charging lead, a cloth bag to keep them both in and a small instruction book. What's not in the box is a charger, spare batteries or any kind of audio cable. As the battery is non-removable this also means that when the battery is dead you can't use the headphones at all until you've recharged them. Or replace the battery when it eventually cries enough and won't charge.

    Anyway I charged the headphones using my USB 3 phone charger. While charging a red LED lights up, this turns to green when full charge is reached. I left it overnight after an initial 75 minute charge was not enough - its important to be sure that the first charge of any rechargeable battery is a good long one anyway, or you can end up with a battery that doesn't last as long as it should. Creative state that the playback time from full charge is eight hours, with a charge time of one hour - although I've found charging from empty takes a bit longer than this regardless of the power source - I've tried using a computer USB socket as well as an iPod charger. The eight hour playback I've not been able to validate.

    Once charged up I ran through a series of tests with a MacBook Pro, a Wifi tablet and a phone, covering pairing, playing audio, and making and receiving calls and checking the signal range.

    Pairing: was straightfordward on all three. Assuming you know how to pair with your own hardware, all you need to do is follow the instructions in Creative's booklet.
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    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By M. Walsham on 28 Oct 2013
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    After spending most of the last 12 months or so using a pair of Sony NC-22's wired headphones, I started to tire with having wires that seem to knot themselves together on a very frequent basis! Add in that my Jabra wired PC headset also stopped working, I was looking for a wireless solution for both my PC, Smartphone and iPad. First of all, I checked out the Jabra Halo 2 headphones, which on the face of it, looked like an ideal solution, but I found principally that the audio connection stability between my devices and those headphones was poor.

    So, I shipped those back and literally stumbled upon the listing on Amazon for the Creative Labs WP-350. Generally, they had great reviews, so I thought I would give them a go, and they were around £10 cheaper than the Jabra equivalents!

    What attracted me to these, was that these headphones support the apt-X audio codec, which my smartphone supports, which promises better quality sound reproduction over Bluetooth.

    Well, after having these for 2 days, and have tried them with all three of my devices, I can say that I am very much surprised by these headphones. Firstly, they paired with all three devices, and so far, the connectivity has been much improved over the Jabra set. No drop out's from my smartphone or iPad, and only the occasional blip via the PC. The next thing that surprised me, was the sound quality. Wireless headphones have never been as good as their wired equivalents, due to the use of audio conversion for wireless, where wired does not require this, but I have found these headphones to be just slightly inferior in sound to my Sony NC-22's (wired).

    That is an accolade indeed.
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