If you’re kicking your feet up on your favourite listening chair at home, or hooked up to all your fancy gear in the studio, it’s pretty easy to find a really good pair of headphones. There are a lot of fantastic choices that sound amazing. But what if you’re on the go and don’t want to deal with wires? This is where headphone audiophile life gets hard. Is there a pair of headphones out there that sound great and work wirelessly? The answer, not so long ago, was a resounding “nope!” Sure, wireless headphones have been around a while, but they weren’t audiophile quality. Used to be that you had to choose between good sound and wireless. But that’s all changing.
The problem is that signal data is compressed with Bluetooth, but headphone creators have figured out some great ways to enhance the signal and keep the fidelity alive. And they’ve added some cool features to boot. Noise cancellation or isolation is becoming increasingly common on wireless ‘phones, and battery life keeps increasing too (we’re talking in the neighbourhood of 25 hours). Some models also feature backup power if you throw in a AAA battery.
Take a look at our wireless headphone options, and give us a call if you have any questions. You can’t go wrong with one of Pedulumic’s great Bluetooth sets. Audioholics.com raves that they “revolutionise the wireless cans market with their great sound and functionality”, and call them on of the best choices for a headphone.
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