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In the 90s my mom bought of super 90s wireless headphones (INFRARED) in order to watch TV while washing dishes

And as a parent - that's a decision I completely understand now
If they were infrared, did they need to have line of sight?
@Jonathan Lamothe I assume the receiver was on top of the headphones arch.
If I recall correctly it was on an ear can....

But I am not confident in that assertion
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@silverwizard My dad had these clunky wireless headphones (but were some sort of RF) so he could listen to the hockey game. Before he got those, he just had a pair with a ridiculously long cord.
This was like ... 94 so like, back when IR seemed like a better idea than it was, and Mindstorms was using IR to program robots

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