Tag: bluetooth earbuds

Axel Grell, Former Sennheiser Engineer, Drops Tantalizing True Wireless Earbuds With ANC And aptX Adaptive!

Axel Grell, the engineer behind some of Sennheiser’s most revered headphones like the HD800 and HD580 Jubilee, has now set out on his own, releasing a new set of TWS earphones under his own brand

Technics EAH-AZ70W Review: These Noise Cancelling Wireless Earbuds Are Still Among The Best!

Summary On the market for about a year now, the Technics EAH-AZ70W is still one of the most capable True Wireless Earbuds available. They are built to last, look great, and have strong noise-canceling to

Cambridge Audio Unveils Melomania 1+, A Massive Upgrade For Their Popular True Wireless Earbuds

Cambridge Audio Adds Some Spice to Their Original Wireless Earbud Recipe! Today Cambridge Audio released Melomania 1+, an upgraded version of their original True Wireless Earphone, the $99 Melomania 1. The new model adds a

Now That’s A Good Question…Bluetooth vs. Wi-Fi Music Streaming?

A reader writes: Would a music streamer, like Andover’s Audio Songbird Music Streamer, be necessary for a system with a PS Audio Sprout since the Sprout has Bluetooth? Thanks M.B.   Hello M.B, Not necessarily.

Shanling BA1 Desktop Hi-Fi Bluetooth Receiver Review: Exquisite Bluetooth DAC For Headphones And Speakers!

Remarkable Wireless Sound For The Money! It wasn’t long ago, the phrase “Hi-Fi Bluetooth Receiver” would’ve been considered something of an oxymoron. Even a couple of years back, the sound quality of Bluetooth was pretty

Stunning! Cyrus Audio Reveals New soundBuds2 True Wireless Earbuds

Today, Cyrus Audio, a British Hi-Fi manufacturer that made its name with unconventional yet ingenious integrated amps (like the Cyrus ONE), announced its second foray into the hot wireless earbud market, the soundBuds2. This second-generation

Best Buys: These Are The Best Sounding Wireless Earbuds (2021)

In late 2020 we began to see a new trend in Wireless Earbuds. Basically, earphones that forgo bells and whistles like Active Noise Cancelling to provide sound quality equal to wired IEMs. We started calling