This is my first community post and the website’s a little clunky, so hopefully I did this right!
The Wyze Headphones look good in marketing, but I do have a question/concern that could make or break these for me. I think these would be a good fit for my Grandma when she watches Netflix or Amazon Prime on her LG smart TV. Her LG does support bluetooth headsets so that’s nice, but I wasn’t sure if she’d still be able to adjust bass, treble, etc from the Wyze app when the headphones are synced to her TV.
Along with what @FullyChargedTech pointed out, the specs say you can be connected to your phone and another device at the same time.
Dual Bluetooth Device Connection
Connect to your devices, wirelessly with Bluetooth 5.0.
Wyze Headphones come with the newest version of Bluetooth, which support dual device connection. Stay connected to your phone while listening on your computer, too.
The headphones will functions as a standalone piece of hardware. when connected to your audio source.
And it will require the Wyze app in conjunction with your audio source in order to tweak the headphone sound (via equlaizer) to your liking. I have not seen any screenshots or images of what functionality/capability will be available on the addon module that will be through the Wyze app…
In other words, we don’t know just yet to what degree of equalization/sound customization will be available for the users to set and modify…
I have an older flat screen tv that doesn’t include built in bluetooth capability but in the past I’ve used it with bluetooth headphones that had a base station charger that connected to the audio port on the TV. Could this be possible with the new Wyze headphones? I’m currently using wired headphones with the TV but don’t want that option with bluetooth headphones.