XO Vision IR620 Universal IR Wireless Foldable Headphones for In-Car Video Listening

November 18, 2013 - Comment

The XO Vision wireless IR Headphones feature extra padding for superior comfort, a volume knob, auto shutoff and a unique foldable earcup design. Extra foam cushioning gives you superior comfort making them ideal to wear over long periods. Auto Shut-Off saves your battery by automatically shutting down when not in use. One size fits all

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The XO Vision wireless IR Headphones feature extra padding for superior comfort, a volume knob, auto shutoff and a unique foldable earcup design. Extra foam cushioning gives you superior comfort making them ideal to wear over long periods. Auto Shut-Off saves your battery by automatically shutting down when not in use. One size fits all – easily adjusts to fit any size head. Touch On/Off Switch and Volume Control conveniently located on side of headphone. Batteries Included. Simply turn the headphone on and place over ears. Comes with a 1 Year Warranty.

Product Features

  • Extra foam cushioning for superior comfort
  • Auto Shut-Off saves battery
  • One size fits all – easily adjusts to fit any size head
  • Touch On/Off Switch and Volume Control conveniently located on side of headphone
  • Foldable Earcup design

Comments

Ouckie says:

XO has lots of love for my SUV! To purchase the headsets from GM are currently around $80 a piece. I just purchased 4 for under that amount total! It does not get much better than that!I just purchased a used GMC Yukon XL with the integrated DVD (Panasonic) and needed to get headsets and the remote … these worked without a glitch!One comment though to keep in mind is that these are single channel IR headsets. For example, my SUV supports two channels, one for the DVD, and one for the radio. Therefore, with a two channel headset, one could swap between the DVD and the radio/CD if one wanted. Due to the fact that these are only single channel, all I get is the DVD. However, my goal was to have the kids watch their DVD while I listen to the radio, so this is all that I needed.I am not an audiophile, but they sounded fine enough to me. There was no buzz or hiss and felt comfortable enough. Lets put it this way … the kids do not complain and stay quiet … that is good…

John M. Cinalli says:

Great inexpensive for use with Honda Entertainment systems I have a 2009 Honda Pilot and 3 kids and the Honda’s DVD Entertainment system only comes with 2 headsets. Hondas headsets are about $40-$50 each and since I don’t think any headset will last with my kids, I decided to try XO Vision. These headphones work with the DVD system, sound pretty good, fit head sizes both large and small at a fraction of the Honda OEM headset price. I decided to get two pairs as back up or to entertain others. For the price of under $20 you can’t go wrong.

Rudy Pry says:

Awesome value, especially for little kids use… I bought my 2005 GMC Yukon Denali used, about two months ago. It didn’t have the factory head sets with it and after inquiring at the dealer for new ones ($65/each), I said “The kids can listen through the speakers… after all, it is a Bose system… I’m not spending $200 on 3 headsets!”. Well, after two short months, I was ready to. I quickly realized a grown man can only take so much of Spongebob’s laugh. I started searching for head phones that would be compatible with the video system. Found these and thought for the price I would give them a try. Got them today. Put the batteries in, turned them on, started the DVD, and they worked! No setup. No configuration. They just worked! (why cany other things be like that?)The sound quality is very good. Which by my kids (ages 4, 7, 10) standards its “freakin awesome, dad!” The construction quality is pretty good but I fully expect them to break at some point. Not because they are flimsy, they are not. But because my kids are that…

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