(A lot of "hope" words here. 😓 )
@marsxyz They're a lot more complex, so they're more prone to issues their non-bluetooth counterparts don't have.
Examples : battery, chipsets, DAC... Not to mention they come with technologies (SBC, aptX and its variants) that will inevitably become obsolete.
While a non-bluetooth headphone can live as long as it's not physically broken.
@marsxyz But I don't have issues with people buying them, it's fine. Some might prefer wireless headphones and that's their choice.
I have issues with brands like Apple which are forcing people to buy that, or to purchase an adapter which is likely to be lost (and most people don't want to bother with them).
My single-user instance. Don't mind me.