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Tag Archives: Wireless Earbuds
Last week, I posted one of the first actual initial impressions review of Sony’s highly anticipated new WF-SP700N wireless sports earbuds. Now that I’ve used them for a week, I can post my full review. They definitely pass the test, … Continue reading
Last September, Sony released the WF-1000X wireless earbuds, and they turned out to be a complete quality control disaster, although my initial impression of them was positive. Not only were there huge connection issues, but there were also problems with … Continue reading
Finding the perfect pair of wireless earbuds is an impossible task. Apple released the first ones that passed most tests — the AirPods — in late 2016. In the past 16 months, especially recently, you’ve probably seen people on the … Continue reading
A couple weeks back, my mouth watered and my ears sweated over the announcement of the Sony WF-1000X wireless earbuds. Yesterday, I got my hands (and ears) on them, and you’ll be able to do the same next week. I’m … Continue reading
Sony really elevated themselves in the bluetooth wireless headphones game last year with the MDR-1000X headphones. They were expensive at $399 (recently, they have come down in price to $299), but the combination of rich sound, fantastic noise cancellation, and groundbreaking … Continue reading
Wireless earbuds that aren’t connected to each other with wires are starting to finally appear and, unfortunately, they aren’t quite ready for prime-time, at least according to user and critic reviews. Earin, a company from Sweden, showed off the very … Continue reading