There are a number of wireless headphones on the market right now; but unfortunately with bluetooth &mdash the audio quality isn't the best.
TDK has adopted Kleer wireless technology &mdash which specializes in audio equipment. As a result, 16bit/44.1KHz became possible to leave the high-quality wireless transmission of voice data, so you can enjoy the same high-quality sound you would get with headphones in wireless headphones.
TDK's TH-WR700 are said to feature 32Ω impedance, 20Hz–20kHz frequency response, and 108 dB/mW sensitivity &mdash better than most headphones available with bluetooth. The Kleer transmitter adapter, which has a 3.5mm input just so happens to fit perfectly on the iPhone (pointed out by other blogs and genius' alike). We don't think it's crazy or weird that companies release products that look as though they were designed just for the iPhone. My iPhone is my MP3 player, it's the only one I have, and it's the only one I plan on using &mdash so it's nice to purchase products that fit its specs.
The TDK TH-WR700 will be available starting March 1 in Japan for $190. Research has failed me, and no word of international availability has been found.
[via Crunch Gear]