With the announcement of the Bose® QuietComfort Earbuds™ II, true wireless audio is now a more personalized affair. This second generation features a variety of upgrades, with the introduction of CustomTune sound calibration technology at the top of the list. This new technology is joined by overall improved noise-cancellation performance and the ability to mix and match the new silicone ear tips and stability bands
Musicians, performers, and system integrators looking for a wireless in-ear monitoring solution that delivers accurate sound and reliable performance are going to be very excited to hear about the new 3000 Series Wireless IEM System from Audio-Technica. This powerful yet cost-effective system operates in the DF2 band (470 to 608 MHz) of the UHF frequency spectrum, far away from potential Wi-Fi and cell phone interference
It's clear there’s a growing segment of musicians and performers working on smaller stages who are considering switching to wireless in-ear monitoring, but concerns about expensive, complicated, and/or unreliable systems have kept them from making the move. If this sounds familiar, then you’re going to want to check out Sennheiser’s new XSW Wireless IEM systems, engineered to provide clear sound you can count on, while being easy
True wireless headphones have left the realm of portable-tech curiosity and are now in the mainstream, as the demand for a better audio experience without wires has continued to grow. To answer this call, we’re seeing more “audiophile rank” manufacturers making true wireless options. Such is the case with Klipsch, a name you might be surprised to forgo the superiority of wired sound altogether, and its T5 True Wireless headphones.