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iWave HF-700 Wireless Headphones
December 27th, 2009 by ken

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These headphones are similar to the other wireless set I bought, the iWave HF-500. These are a bit simpler. It doesn’t have a mic and only runs on batteries. It costs the same at about $17. I got another set because the HF-500’s were so good for the price I figure I’d get my dad a set too.

The transmitter uses 2xAAA and has a red RCA connector as well as a 3.5mm jack. So this will plug into most things you find around the house. TV’s/DVD players/MP3 players/etc all work with this. The headphone uses 2xAAA’s as well.

Even though this has a higher model number, it has less features than the HF-500.  The headphones seem bigger and they don’t wrap around my head as nice.  In terms of sound quality, its equal to the HF-500.  I would go with the iWave HF-500 instead if you had to pick.


6 Responses  
  • william noriega writes:
    January 24th, 201011:51 amat

    On the HF700 iwave I don’t know where is tha battery compartment on the headphones please if you know tell me the guide don’t match whit the headphones thank you

  • Dan writes:
    January 27th, 20109:21 pmat

    How do you put batteries in the headset? HF-700 Thanks for your reply.

  • Tri Stan writes:
    March 10th, 201011:05 amat

    The left ear holds the battery and the cover easily slides down to get to the battery compartment, (Hint: the piece will look like PAC-MAN when you slide it off) what I discovered is that they say it can be powered for a 4.5v AC adapter but it does not have a built-in connection. So I wired one into mine and found that the power conversion is too great which leads to an over-amplification of sound thus a loud humming is broadcast with the audio feed. I will try a lower powered adapter (3v) and let you know.

    Another nice feature is that you can tune in the FM frequency on older radios, because newer digital radios only let you go to 88.5 and above, and I believe this device broadcasts at 88.1 or 88.3!

  • Tri Stan writes:
    March 10th, 201011:07 amat

    Correction,
    Another nice feature is that you can tune in the FM frequency on older radios, because newer digital radios only let you go to 87.5 and above, and I believe this device broadcasts at 87.1 or 87.3!

  • arthur writes:
    April 5th, 20105:13 pmat

    how would have connect wave HF-700 to the either labtop or ipod. i have try many ways but not working. thaks in advance

  • mikey writes:
    May 21st, 201010:54 amat

    Ok, i cannot connect the headphones into the tv or laptop or ps3 or even my mp3 player all i get is radio. can you please help me with this? i only got the 700 because just judging by numbers i was expecting better quality. i definetly regret it i cannot connect it to anything. do you know a “how-to”?


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