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Creative WP-300 Wireless Headphones for use with Bluetooth-Enabled Phones, iPhone and Android plus Bluetooth MP3 Players

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  • Product Dimensions: 7.4 x 20.1 x 22.4 cm
  • Boxed-product Weight: 41 g
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  • Batteries 1 Lithium ion batteries required. (included)
  • Item model number: 51EF0450AA002
  • ASIN: B004EPYIQY
  • Date first available at Amazon.co.uk: 3 Jan. 2011
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (45 customer reviews)
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Box Contains

  • Creative WP-300 Headphones
  • 1 x Travel Pouch
  • 1 x USB charging cable (1m / 3.3ft)


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    Before these headphones I had owned the Motorola S9 Bluetooth stereo headset. The sound from them was flat and muddy, with the Bluetooth reception average. As you can imagine, I was very sceptical about buying another pair of Bluetooth headphones. However, I have some Creative in ear headphones and computer speakers and have been very impressed with their sound and quality, so decided to take the plunge.

    I'm happy to say that these headphones are one of the best purchases I have made. In the past all my headphones have been wired. I've had Skullcandy (HESH), Sennheiser (PXC 250 and in ear), Sony (in ear) and Apple (horrible). Whilst some of these are much better than others, none of them come close in terms of the clarity and depth that WP-300 offers. This was especially surprising for me over Bluetooth.

    The headset charges via a micro USB cable (supplied) and takes around an hour to charge. A red light shows when the device is charging and changes to green when the charge is complete. The box claims 8 hours before another recharge is necessary. I have used the device for a day now and haven't need to recharge.

    The headphones paired instantly and on my first attempt with my iPod touch. They connect automatically with the device when you turn the headphones on. A blue light flashes slowly when the headphones are paired with a device. On the right hand cup there are buttons for power, play/pause, volume up/down, skip forward/fast forward, and skip backward/rewind. All buttons are responsive and feel of good quality.

    As for the headset itself, it feels to be made to a high standard. The headset adjusts to fit your head size and is padded at the top and round the ear cups for a comfortable fit.

    The sound quality is exceptional.
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    Great value, fast delivery, incredibly easy to pair with Bluetooth-enabled devices, and very good at keeping outside noise out. What more could you want?
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    I was torn between lots of options when I eventually purchased these - I wanted something ideally over-the-ear (which these are not), but it seemed there was very little with good write-ups in the price bracket I was looking at (£50-£100). Much as I'd love to be spending £200+ on some Denon/Bose/Sennheiser, I don't use them enough to warrant it and we wanted something the family could use.

    Build quality feels excellent, soft on the ears, strong and sturdy main hoop and the plastics do not feel overly cheap. Button operatings on the right hand cup all fall well to hand - power on/off, pause, forward/backward track and volume up/down.

    Bluetooth pairing worked fine with Nexus 7 and Samsung mobile phone, no connection/disconnection problems.

    Comfort wise, I was ready to be a little disapponted with on-ear compared to over-ear but I was nicely surprised to find I don't mind these at all - very soft, cover the ear well (mine are not overly big or small but large ear owners might disagree!) and sits comfortably on the head for lengthy periods. The lack of wired is no issue for me, and the hassle-free connection makes things much nicer.

    Sound quality - this is my first foray into bluetooth and I have no concerns. I'm not what I'd class as an "audiophile" but I know what sounds awful and what doesn't - these sound cracking to me, slightly emphasised on the bass (but then that's the music I listen to) but not in an unbalanced way, the mids are strong and the highs are maybe slightly, *slightly* weaker - but this could be just down to my music collection than anything else. The sound is excellent - all the volume you'll need too.

    Really chuffed with these. If you're after an on-ear design with excellent sound, the awesome convenience of bluetooth and you're watching the pennies, I'd give these the thumbs up.
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    Using these with an iMac; pairing was straightforward.

    All of the controls are on the right earpad. On my computer
    these headphones control iTunes. On the outer face of the
    earpad there are buttons that can skip track (forwards and
    backwards) and pause, and finally, there is an on / off
    button.

    On the underside of the right earpad are two small buttons
    to control the volume.

    All of the buttons require a firm 'press' and this produces
    quite a loud mechanical and audible click.

    I've used the headphones to listen to the radio over the internet;
    if I press any of the buttons iTunes starts up. Pressing pause
    stops iTunes and I can listen to the radio again (I expect
    that this is down to my ineptitude in setting up the mac!).

    Anyway, indoors the connection remains rock solid when
    in the same room as the source. Two floors higher and the
    connection is mostly faultless; standing outside with solid
    walls in between results in almost complete break-up ...
    I've not owned bluetooth headphones before, and I am quite
    ill-informed about bluetooth, so this may be typical of all
    headsets using this technology.

    I have used them to listen to music in bed ... the blue flashing
    'connected' LED is pretty bright, such that I've stopped using
    them for listening before sleeping!

    To my ears, the sound is great, the bass, mid and treble are
    all fine ... using a graphic equaliser on the source fine-tunes
    where necessary. Volume is also fine ... I can't tolerate full-blast
    for long.

    Outside noise isolation is reasonable at the volume I use.

    Charging is less than an hour; the batteries do last for at least
    eight hours.

    Lastly (and unfortunately), I have a 'biggish' head and find the
    fit rather 'snug', but not in anyway uncomfortable.

    If I lost them I'd buy another set!
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