NuForce BT-860 Stereo Bluetooth Headset

I have tried out some interesting Bluetooth headphones before, and it is good to see that companies are putting out high-quality headphones at relatively low prices. The Nu Force BT-860 headphones that I recently tried out falls into that category.
The BT-860 uses aptX audio coding technology for its quality sound, and it has the “impressive dynamic range” that it boasts about. Not only are these excellent headphones, but there is a headset and hands-free feature.
According to the instructions, the user is required to charge the BT-360 for about three hours, but it only took about two, really. It has an indicator light that shows that it is charging, and when it wasn’t on, it was charged. It was difficult to see when these headphones were ready to work, but when it did work, and worked well.
For those who are interested in the formal specs, it has Bluetooth V 2.1, a 16-bit 44.1kHz (CD-quality) sound, and a 10-meter range. As for the operation time, it is good for 9 hours of hands-free headset operation, an 8 hour music time, and a standby time of 240 hours.
You should be able to get in on this wireless action for an MSRP of $79. That is about the price that I found for it on Amazon.