So how do wireless bluetooth headphones work?
The Bluetooth headphones require a parent device to pair with – which is your phone. A Bluetooth headset, which is connected, becomes a part of a specialized wireless network of your smartphone.
The headphone acts as a transmitter and the receiver of the wireless signal.
The radio waves are configured in a complex algorithm so that you can hear clearly. The headphone allows clear transmission of sounds and clear speech through your microphone.
So by sending radio waves aka frequencies within its piconet, wireless headphones connect and works with your smartphone.
Pairing the device
A Wireless Bluetooth headphone needs to be paired with the phone in order to transfer information. Both the devices must have Bluetooth pairing turned on and be set at a mode where both are visible to each other.
Bluetooth headphones have a password PIN number that can be entered into the phone to activate the pairing. This makes it safe and protected from intruders.
Battery life is very significant for a blue tooth headphone. The Wireless Bluetooth headphones, however, require very less power to operate as they are of less frequency and shorter ranges.
The low power nature also limits the distance between the headphone and the device. If the two devices are far away from each other, then the Bluetooth gets disconnected.
The maximum distance that can be covered by a headphone and the parent phone is approximately 164 feet. Nowadays Bluetooth devices require even lesser power because of technology.
The signal quality of sound in Bluetooth connection is pretty good. The better the microphone and earpieces, the better would be the sound quality. Sound qualities can also improve, based on the bluetooth.