Using traditional wired headphones while in bed can create a tangled mess. SleepPhones Wireless uses a bluetooth receiver to eliminate wires and allow freedom of movement while maintaining a steady stream of tunes from a bluetooth capable device. The SleepPhones Wireless headband is a soft fleece material which is meant to rest on the head comfortably during the night.
SleepPhones Wireless are a wireless version of the well-known SleepPhones by AcousticSheep. The speakers inside of the fleece material are great for drowning out unwanted noise such as CPAP machines, masks, or other environmental noises.
- Bluetooth Capability
- Micro-USB Charging
- One Button Control
- Two Fabric Options
- One Size Fits Most
SleepPhones Wireless features a bluetooth receiver inside the headband which allows for easy syncing with bluetooth capable devices. Alerts will sound through the speakers to inform the user if a proper connection has been made or not.
The Bluetooth receiver of SleepPhones Wireless also features a micro-USB port for charging. The included micro-USB to USB cable allows for charging from a computer or other USB chargers. There is a charging indicator light which turns red to indicate partial charge, then green once fully charged.
One Button Control
Also featured on the bluetooth receiver is a single button used to turn power on and off, adjust volume, pause music, and pair with bluetooth devices.
Two Fabric Options
The SleepPhones are available in either Fleece or Breeze fabric. The Fleece is a soft, light material designed to maintain warmth. The Breeze material releases warmth through the light fabric pores. Choose desired fabric option when ordering.
One Size Fits Most
SleepPhones wireless is available in One Size Fits Most, which fits hat sizes 6 7/8 - 7 3/8. If unsure of hat size, measure around the head at the forehead. The One Size Fits Most will work with measurements of 21 1/2 - 23 3/8 inches.
Looking for a wired version? See the SleepPhones (Wired)
This Product Includes...
- SleepPhones Wireless Headphones
- Micro-USB Charging Cable
- Quick Guide & Care Instructions
Compatible Hat Sizes: 6 7/8 - 7 3/8
Speaker Frequency Range: 20 - 20 kHz
Impedance: 32 ?
Battery: Rechargeable Lithium Ion 120 mAh
Headband Fleece Materials: Polyester (88%); Spandex (12%)
Bluetooth Receiver: 3.0 (Backward Compatible); A2DP 1.2 with SBC decoder
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- Move the bluetooth capable device and the fully charged SleepPhones within 3 feet of each other.
- Press and hold the button on the bluetooth receiver of the SleepPhones for 5 seconds.
- The alert "Power on, ready to pair." will sound through the speakers once this is complete.
- Follow the procedure of the bluetooth capable device to pair the SleepPhones.
- If a PIN code is required, the SleepPhones will provide one through the speakers.
- Once paired, "Pairing Complete" will sound.
- Before washing, remove the speakers and bluetooth receiver from the headband.
- The headband can be machine washed in warm water and tumble dried on a medium setting.
- Once completely dry, the speakers and bluetooth receiver can be reinserted into the headband. The left speaker is green, the right is red. The speakers have a white side which should face the ears.
- Place the speakers about four inches into the headband then insert the bluetooth receiver and close the velcro. Adjustments can be made to achieve the desired placement.
- The headband should not be ironed, bleached, or dry cleaned.
One of my biggest issues with CPAP is the noise the mask makes. I had to put in earplugs to block out the noises. However the silence caused by the earplugs made my ears hurt. Some sort of tinnitus I was told. I tried earbuds instead of earplugs but the cords were always getting caught and pulling out of my ears. So I got these and they work well. The electronics don't interfere with my head position of the pillow, and I can hear, even through the earplugs I still have to wear. The headband is comfy enough though it was a bit tight the first night. I do struggle with the headband not fitting over my forehead, but I pulled it down over my eyes and it works fine. A full charge can make it through the night, and if I use a sleep timer on the noise it can last 2-3 nights. My only major complaint is that every time you go to charge it you have to fish out the electronics from within the headband, unplug it from the speakers, and plug in the charging cable. The included charging cable is also very short. more...
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