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6 Reasons To Use Bluetooth Wireless Earbuds

Bluetooth wireless technology has been with us for a while now. Gone are the days of looking at the crazy guy at the coffee shop talking to himself and wondering what the world has come to.

However, even though it has been with us for a while, as with all change, there are still people wondering if they should cut the cords and change their ways and start using wireless earbuds.​

All of the best wireless earbuds are bluetooth enabled now. That means that you can connect them to various devices instead of just connecting to a single device. You can use them for computer headphones, Ipad and Ipod headphones, MP3 player headsets, cell phone headsets and more. Here are 6 reasons to use a bluetooth enabled set of wireless earbuds.

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6 Reasons To Cut The Cord With Bluetooth Wireless Earbuds

Freedom

image of a couple relaxing at the beachProbably the single biggest reason to use wireless earbuds is freedom. No longer are you attached to the device you are listening to. No longer do you have an annoying cable dangling from your ear.

We all remember the days when the first walkman's came out. Now we can truly walk where we want to go. And we don't have to worry about getting expressive with our hands and accidentally ripping the earbuds out of our ears.

​Sound Quality

Gone are the days of sacrificing sound quality for convenience. Today's wireless earbuds can be just as good as a normal set of headphones. Yes, you do have to take some time to do some research on the best wireless earbuds but they have come a long ways from the days when they sounded like something was being played in a tin can.

Live A More Active Lifestyle

Image of a couple walking around their neighborhoodWhen you cut the cord, the days of cradling the phone between your neck and your shoulder will be gone. As well as the pain in your neck from doing it! Instead you will be able to do your chores, talk a walk around the neighborhood, or conduct business while driving to work.

You can take your wireless earbuds to the gym, a walk on the beach, or just about anywhere you want to go. They will enable you to live a more active and enjoyable lifestyle.​

Price

When Bluetooth technology first arrived on the scene it was quite pricey. However like with all technology, as the products get more plentiful, the price goes down. Today you can buy a great set of wireless earbuds for the same price as a good set of headphones. There is no price obstacle in the way anymore. In fact, many great earbuds are less than 50 dollars.

Multiple Uses

Gone are the days of just using headphones for listening to music. Today's Bluetooth wireless earbuds are used for talking on your cell phone, listening to the audio output of your computer, watching TV, listening to podcasts, you name it. Anything that can be heard from a speaker system can be paired with a Bluetooth wireless headset.

It's The Law

Image of a police carMost states have enacted laws prohibiting cell phone use without a hands free system. You cannot hold your cell phone to talk while driving. Wireless earbuds are now required. Some of the fines are hundreds of dollars. So if you needed a reason to switch to wireless earbuds, this one is all you need.

Hopefully, if you are slow to change your ways like I am at times, these 6 reasons will convince you to go ahead and cut the cord and start using Bluetooth enabled earbuds.​

Duke Taber is the owner of 3 successful Christian websites and is now taking his skill as a webmaster and using it to help bi-vocational pastors and missionaries do their jobs across the world.