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Does using Bluetooth headsets for listening to music via phones drains its battery faster than hearing it via normal headsets?

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Actually bluetooth headsets are wireless so necessity of transmitter to form signals of 10 m range.so it consumes more power than wired normal headsets...
Posted: 17-06-2014 @ 00:16:21
Yes dud
Posted: 27-04-2012 @ 16:04:33
the bluetooth network is upto 10 meters so it consumes more power whenever the cell phone bluetooth is turned on. irrespective with listening music or to transffer data.
Posted: 15-08-2011 @ 16:39:11
Yes, Bluetooth headsets for listening to music via phones drains its battery faster than hearing it via normal headsets becuse bluetooth consumes more power
Posted: 31-07-2011 @ 20:46:31
no it is just that it requires more power
Posted: 31-07-2011 @ 16:40:16
It does not matter weather you use a normal headset or a bluetooth headset....more the power of the speakers more the energy consumption.
Posted: 31-07-2011 @ 09:41:32
In my experience, came out from different Bluetooth capable devices : enabling Bluetooth reduces battery life by 50-75%, even without using the headset.
Posted: 31-07-2011 @ 09:07:08
it does without any doubts... if u play music through headphone your battery consumption will be less than if you play through bluetooth headset. the reason is while you playing through bluetooth you are using two function one is music player and another is bluetooth. so it does drain your battery but you will only find the diffrence if your phone is 6or 7 months old..
Posted: 30-07-2011 @ 00:43:09
it does not drains faster but it drains minimal .If you listening music very high in both the conditions normal headsets drain more than Bluetooth headsets don't think that due to bonding Bluetooth will drain faster .By considering the size and power of speakers we are able to know which one will drain faster. According to my experience i think that Bluetooth headsets can give you extra 90 or 60 minutes according to normal headsets.
Posted: 28-07-2011 @ 21:38:41
it does not drains faster but it drains minimal .If you listening music very high in both the conditions normal headsets drain more than Bluetooth headsets don't think that due to bonding Bluetooth will drain faster .By considering the size and power of speakers we are able to know which one will drain faster. According to my experience i think that Bluetooth headsets can give you extra 90 or 60 minutes according to normal headsets.
Posted: 27-07-2011 @ 20:11:22
Using bluetooth does impact battery life a bit, but not as much as you would think,But using Bluetooth will drain your phone's battery much more quickly than when you have it turned off.
Posted: 27-07-2011 @ 20:07:25
Yes actually both the bluetooth as well as music player has to work at a time. As the two apps are running at a time, it consumes more battery than usual and so the battery will work for less time than normal..........
Posted: 27-07-2011 @ 18:10:34
of course yes, coz it does two things here. bluetooth is switched ON and music player is playing. so battery runs dry easily.
Posted: 27-07-2011 @ 18:08:13
yes it does. Bluetooth headset uses more energy then a normal headset. so it drains its battery faster
Posted: 27-07-2011 @ 16:45:41
yea bluetooth headsets for listening to music via phones drains its battery faster than hearing it via normal headsets
Posted: 27-07-2011 @ 16:42:15
when ever you use multiple application at one time,the battery drains at faster rate.when you are using bluetooth head set,two apps of your phone are active at one time i.e music player and bluetooth.hence battery will drain at fester rate as compare to listening to music via phone
Posted: 27-07-2011 @ 15:36:51