For some time I've been using a pair of Sandstrom SBTHP11X bluetooth headphones with my MacBook Pro. The sound quality from these is basic but I use them when watching TV programmes and doing a bit of housework at the same time. They are fine for dialogue. The headphones have died all of a sudden. I will need to replace them, but when replacing them I would like a much better signal strength than they have if that is possible. These Sandstrom headphones lose the signal if I go into an adjacent room. I just don't know if bluetooth headphones can be powerful enough to keep a good signal if you go into an adjacent room in the house, I don't know anything about bluetooth technology and what it is capable of. All the internal walls in my house are brick, so I understand why the signal dies so quickly.
I wonder if there are bluetooth headphones with a bigger range and greater signal strength than these Sandstrom ones I have? The Sandstrom headphones were very cheap to buy so maybe some more expensive bluetooth headphones will have what I require. As they are so useful to me I am quite happy to pay up to a couple of hundred £/€/$s if need be.
I'm not very keen on RF because for that I would need to add a transmitter to the Macbook Pro and so it would be less mobile.