I was hoping I could get some advice on what would be some good wireless headphones to purchase. Until recently, I didn't care much about the sound quality of my DVD playback, but I've started to notice that problems with my current set-up (paticularly the low-frequency sound reproduction). Unfortunately, at about the same time I have moved into an apartment with very sensitive neighbors. I can't see the point in paying for a HT set-up that I will only rarely get to use, so what I need is a very good pair of headphones to listen to my DVD's with. The features I would like are: 1. They have to be comfortable, many of the (cheap) headphones I have tried have hurt because of the way they physical pin my ears to my head. 2. They should have good low-frequency sound reproduction. (I realize that no headphone will do as well as a good subwoofer, but unfortunately a subwoofer is out the question due to my neighbors.) 3. I would prefer that they be wireless, as I can't seem to avoid snagging the wires on normal headphones, risking damaging them (I can't afford to ruin an expensive set of headphones.) 4. Cheaper is better, but I am willing to spend the money to get a set of headpones that meet my needs. After a little bit of looking around I purchased these headphones: http://www.sonystyle.com/home/item.j...71x8746&catid= They are nearly perfect for my needs: comfortable for me, decent sound most of the time, and good reception in the room I use them in. The problem is that there appears to be a weird sound artifact that occurs on some combinations of sounds: the volume of the bass component will fluctuate up and down, and it is very noticable and distracting. (Does anyone know what causes this? Is it because of the transmission method or some other reason?) Somebody on another forum recommended these headphones: http://www.sonystyle.com/home/item.j...71x8746&catid= But I suspect they were merely ogling the feature set rather than picking a set of headphones that solve my problem. Besides, I have no idea whether or not they have the same flaw as the ones I have. Can anyone recommend some good wireless headphones that reproduce low-frequency sounds well and don't have the same problems that mine do? Or if no such wireless headphones exist, then which normal (wired) headphones should I choose. Thank you in advance for any advice.