Gratulations on discovering the joys of cordless headphones, elmine. I’ve no idea how I could life without before. And that’s totally not sarcasm.
I got my first cordless headphone some years ago (and even cheap due to it’s colour – no idea why but that’s just how the algorithm at a certain huge online warehouse ticks). The trick is to look out for the frequency. Mine does 5 – 40.000 Hz and so I can really enjoy music during work for hours in superb quality.
We, coworkers and I, got to this after our office relocated and suddenly we were in the middle of a huge construction site that went on for months. Hard to concentrate with a plate vibrator next door all the time.
And I enjoy it ever since to disconnect from noise of all kinds. Traffic, buzzing and sometimes even from my kids play. Walking free with my favorite audio book or playlist and even without the need to raise the volume beyond good to drown the environment noise is simply great.
Downside is that I’m even more sensitive to noise nowadays. Uncertain if this is from the headphones or the electric car 😂
The unexpected perk of going cordless by elmine
During our vacation I gifted Daughter a cordless headphone. She loves listening to audio stories when we’re driving so I took a subscription to Storytel. With a two week trial for free, I thought it would be an excellent way to listen to something new, instead of an entire vacation listening to th…