I would like to try Bluetooth earbuds with my laptop computer that operates on Windows 10. The only requirements would be decent sound quality and be able to hear my banjo when playing along with lesson and backing tracks. All suggestions appreciated.
Why would you put unhealthy microwave radiation directly into your head? You should examine the science as well as understand how profit-driven corporate propaganda has subverted health concerns. banjered
I had Bose Sport earbuds, my wife uses Jabra elite 65t. They both work well enough, but I'm not an audiophile or anything. If I had to pick between the two I'd probably pick the cheaper one, which is the Jabra.
You probably don't want the noise cancelling ones.
As far as microwaves... unless you live in the woods with no communications devices or electricity, you've already got lots of microwave radiation going through you.
Anker Soundcore Life P2. Comfortable, long lasting battery, great sound, affordable. I went through 3 other models before finding this one, and it's by far the best. $50 fom Amazon. You can use just the right one and hear your banjo with your left ear.
Earbuds will all, to a lesser or greater extent, block the tone of your banjo. You definitely don't want noise cancelling, though all noise cancelling devices allow you to turn it off. To really hear the banjo tone unchanged, you would be better off with open-back headphones. I'm not sure if there are any open back bluetooth ones available.
Thank you all for the suggestions. I was using cheap wired earbuds with an extension. The plug ends wore out and I was thinking of going wireless. I'll stick to wired for now as I need wired for my Walkman MP3 player also. Maybe I'll get both.
banjered in this day and age I'm probably as fried as I can get. ??