Wireless earphones: A new trend!
Wireless earphones have become fashionable. Sophisticated noise cancellation features in earphones and headphones have been adding to the rising popularity of these devices.
Wireless earphones have become fashionable. Sophisticated noise cancellation features in earphones and headphones have been adding to the rising popularity of these devices. Major technological developments in wireless technologies such as Wi-Fi, Infrared (IR), SKAA and Bluetooth are expected to continue to boost the growth of the earphone and headphone market further. Some of the latest ultra-trending wireless earphones for the gadget lovers are as follows:
V-MODA Bassfit Wireless
The V-MODA Bassfit Wireless is sport plastic ear piece was released on March 7th 2019. It instantly strikes as a premium earphone and the wires may seem a little flimsy with the price of 12,990. Also, these earphones have been tested for sweat, UV and temperature resistance. Like IP-rated water-resistant phones, these earphones have a nano -coating to help sweat liquid. You get apt X support, fast charging (two hours' use from a 15-minute charge), dual microphones for clearer calls and a vibration motor in the neckband that buzzes when you receive a call.
JBL FreeX provides comfortable handy usages of Wireless earphones. It has a compact ear-bud design and come with an identical hard charging case with the price of 8,900. JBL Free X is portable in-ears, even when they're charging. It has a stable fit that's good to use during work-out and quite comfortable. Unfortunately, their unique ear-bud design may not fit everyone well, and their control scheme lacks volume control.
Sony WI 1000X
The Sony WI 1000X is an in-ear headphone that offers active noise cancellation, which is unseen at this price point of 20,220. It has a more premium look and feel than most earphones at this point. It can be used with a wire too, which is unique for a wireless in-ear. A decent sound that may disappoints bass heads, over-all Sony WI 1000X gives excellent sounds.
SHURE came up with a Bluetooth cable making them all the more handy and convenient. The SE215 has been a staple of the audiophile community for years, often recommended as an entry-level high-quality with affordable price of 17,000. The SE215 maintains a borderline warm signature sound but without overly boosted bass. The cable does its job, adding wireless capability to any Micro miniature connectors MMCX-compatible headphones and delivers a decent 8-hour battery life.