By Steve Herschbach
Garrett has released a new set of headphones with built in proprietary wireless capability, the Garrett MS-3 headphone. These headphones can interface directly with new Garrett models with built in wireless, like the new Garrett AT Max. They will not work with anything other than Garrett Z-Lynk compatible detectors and accessories.
Garrett MS-3 Z-Lynk™ Wireless Headphones PN: 1627710 MSRP $119.95
Built-in Z-Lynk receiver. High-fidelity audio. Volume control. Adjust signal levels to suit individual hearing requirements and to enhance weak signals. Comfortable headband and ear cushions. Folds down for easy storage. USB charging cable included. Speaker impedance: 8 ohms Frequency response: 30-18,000 Hz.
The new headphones can be purchased alone or as part of a system with a transmitter box that can work with any detector.
Garrett MS-3 Z-Lynk™ Wireless Kit PN: 1627720 MSRP $189.95
Garrett MS-3 Z-Lynk Wireless Headphones WT-1 wireless transmitter 2-pin AT connector to Micro USB cable—connects AT detector to transmitter ¼" Jack to Micro USB cable—connects detector with ¼" jack to transmitter USB charging cable Mounting band For any style metal detector with 2-pin AT connector or ¼" headphone jack
By Steve Herschbach
These look like just the ticket for an Equinox....
Designed by audio's finest award-winning engineers, the xFyro ARIA waterproof wireless headphones brings next-generation technology to today's active listener.
● IP67 Certified Waterproof & Dustproof
● Bluetooth 5.0 - 2.5x more reliable & 10x data transfer for unparalleled sound detail & accuracy
● 32 hours of playtime
● Auto-pair - never worry about setup or pairing modes again
● Compatible with all iOS, Android Phones, Tablets, Watches & more
● Proprietary noise-cancelling sound seal tech
By Norm S
1st of all I have tried the factory reset and that hasn't helped. The headphones are fully charged. When I try to turn them on sometimes I get a continuous flashing red light. Now when I am trying it I am getting red and blue lights flashing simultaneously. I get no sound from them except when I turn them off I hear them shut down..
Not sure what to do I sure hate to send them back to Minelab
I have an older set of wired Bose QuietComfort 15 noise-canceling travel headphones and stumbled onto a clever, low profile Bluetooth upgrade for them. I just bought the BTunes Wireless Bluetooth Adapter on Amazon for $59 a couple weeks ago. They sound GREAT, have a better than the advertised battery life of 10+ hours (I'm on 12 hours now), easy to charge and best of all they sync up with my Minelab Equinox 800 in AptX low latency mode!!!
I got the Bluetooth upgrade specifically for air travel but I figured some of you may want to know about this.