Audio-Technica Introduces Its First True Wireless Earbuds At IFA

You know the technology for true wireless earbuds is finally ripe for picking when big players are slowly joining the wireless earbuds bandwagon. The last we heard was Pioneer and today, Audio-Technica also surprises us with not one, but two pairs of true wireless earbuds. The first is Audio-Technica Sound Reality ATH-CKR7TW and the second …

Avanca Makes True Wireless Earbuds Affordable With $89 Minim

Lets face it. No matter how you loathe charging yet another gadget (more like talking to myself…), wireless earbuds is the future. The good news is, unlike a few years ago, there are more options now, including the likes Apple AirPods, Bose SoundSport Free, Google Pixel Buds, and today we hear that there is another …

HearNotes is Another True Wireless Earbuds, Uses Kleer for Lossless CD-quality Wireless Audio

we celebrate the invention of wireless earbuds. why? because have had enough of entanglement with wires and we are sure you do too, especially if you are not into cans. that said, it is always good to know more folks are coming into the market of true wireless earbuds and the latest to do so …

Meet Mode II, Marshall Headphones’ First True Wireless Sound Earbuds

After years of turning out Bluetooth speakers and headphones, Marshall Headphones has finally introduced its first true wireless sound earbuds. Called Mode II, it promised to deliver “thunderous audio experience” with “growling bass, natural-sounding mids and crisp treble,” pumped out through its custom-tuned dynamic 6 mm drivers.

Samsung Introduces GPS Sports Band And True-wireless Earbuds

Samsung wishes to accompany you beyond the boardroom and into the gym or onto the track. The South Korean electronics company has introduced two new gadgets to reinforce its presence in the fitness wearable market. The first is a fitness band, Gear Fit2 and the other, a wireless earbuds, Gear IconX, geared towards active lifestyle …

Here Are Three New Pairs Of TWS Earbuds From Yamaha With Listening Care Technology

It is no secret that prolonged usage of earphones at high volume increases the risk of damaging the hearings. But headphones makers don’t really care. It is rightfully the responsibility of users. Not Yamaha though. Starting with the TW-E3B, the company is determined to care for users’ hearing and do so without sacrificing audio performance.