Just in case you haven't noticed yet, headphone cables are going out of fashion. What’s more, true wireless audio now sounds better than ever.
In this age of cable-cutting, comfort-loving consumers, it comes as no surprise that true wireless headphones already have a great many fans. In fact, wireless earbuds are all the rage right now.
Why don't you get some new Buds and join the party?
Just FYI, True Wireless simply means that there aren't any pesky cables between the two earbuds - they are truly wireless! Bluetooth earbuds or IEMs (In-Ear Monitors) have neither cords or wires between them nor to any audio source (e.g. smartphones, MP3 players, tablet, etc.). Since they have no wires, the microphone, controls, and battery are all built into the housing of the earbuds.
So, there's no wire or neckband to make a nuisance of itself. Nothing to get caught on your zipper, tangled in your pocket, or twisted in your hair. Nothing to whack you around your neck as you run or jog or listen to your favourite music either.
Are you dying to get your hands (or ears) on a pair of true wireless earbuds?
If yes, you've come to the right place.
There's never been a better time to cut the cord!
These True Wireless Stereo Noise Cancelling Bluetooth 4.2 Earbuds have a magical sound, and professional technical design. They can recognize ultra-clear sound, and use 360-degree stereo surround sound, allowing you to feel and respond to your music at any time.
And, it doesn't have to be all about you. Both the left and right earbuds can each function as a complete Bluetooth headset by itself. So you and your boyfriend or girlfriend can use the other earbud to listen to your music with you.
More often than not, most true wireless earbud batteries last about 3 hours on average before they are completely drained. This is why your charger case is so handy.
A great charger case can give your earbuds up to an extra 5 to 6 hours of listening time. Once your earbud power is used up, you pop them back in their charger case to top up their charge. The charger case has a battery that can hold enough charge to top up your earbuds three or four times, before the charger case battery itself needs recharging.