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18 Nov 2017
Not a fan of headphone wires? Tired of them getting tangled in your pocket? Tired of them hooking on to furniture and pulling out of the jack? Well then wireless headphones are what you’ve been looking for.
We’ve seen wireless headphones take huge strides in the past few years. Poor audio quality is no longer an issue for many of the best models on the market. There are many amazing options to choose from at different price points, too!

So if you don’t have a decent pair of wireless earbuds to connect to your new iPhone 7, or any other phone, we’ll help in your search. Here are the best wireless headphones on the market, broken down by price range.

Wireless Headphones on a Budget
For the thrifty audiophiles, these bargain earphones will surely delight as they deliver in quality and value.

• Spigen® Bluetooth Headphones ($26.99)

Don’t let its price fool you. Despite the less $30 price tag, the Spigen Bluetooth Headphones features excellent sound quality and a robust wireless range (thanks to its advanced Bluetooth 4.1 technology). Its ear plugs can even rotate 360° so it fits comfortably in any ear. A great pair to wear for your commute or workout.

• Kinivo BTH240 Bluetooth Stereo Headphone ($24.99)

A crisp sound, a reliable connectivity, and a comfy fit—what more can you ask for in a headphone of this price range? For its cost, the BTH240 delivers the necessary goods, though some may find its design a bit clunky.

• Creative Sound Blaster Jam Ultra-Light Bluetooth Headset ($36.99)

For its lightweight design and tempting price, this wireless pair doesn’t compromise in its audio delivery. In addition, it boasts of an excellent battery life, an easy one-touch pairing, and a robust Bluetooth range. It’s a great choice for people who are always on the go!

Entry-Level Models
When you want to strike a balance between price and quality, these headphones should be on top of your list. They’ll cost a little more, but those few extra dollars may be well worth it when you’re after reliable features and good-to-great sound quality.

• Mixcder Dual Wired And Wireless Headphones With aptX ($99.99)

Do you know what separates this pair from most entry-level models? It’s aptX low latency capability. Quite a rare feature for models within this price point. In addition, it boasts a slick yet comfy construction, great audio quality, and a battery that lasts as long as 18 hours on a full charge. A worthwhile investment for the serious audiophile.

• Skullcandy Grind Bluetooth Wireless On-Ear Headphones ($69.99)

Get fancy and playful with this fun pair of on-ear wireless headphones. Available in a wide variety of flashy color schemes, the Grind is great for anyone who wants their headphones to have a bit of personality. It’s a worthwhile buy for its sturdy build, stellar sound experience, and soft ear pads. Not to mention that you can easily pair it with an audio cable in case it runs out of battery.

2 Nov 2017
When it comes to technology, the handiest feature that has ever been created (or at least, one of them) is Bluetooth. This technology can be used for multiple devices, the most convenient may be for wireless headphones. As long as your wireless headphones have Bluetooth capability and whatever device you want to pair them with has Bluetooth enabled, you can enjoy a lot of useful features.
Eliminating Cables
When you are listening to music messing around with dangling cords can be extremely annoying. Especially, if the headphones you currently possess have an obnoxiously long cable. However, with wireless headphones you completely eliminate that hassle. This becomes even more useful if you tend to exercise while listening to music. If you use wired headphones while exercising, they will constantly get in the way. Why not try wireless Bluetooth headphones? Mixcder R9 behind the neck sport headphone is a good partner for exercise.
The Sound has Improved
Over time, Bluetooth headphones have continued to increase their sound quality. Admittedly, when they were first available on the market their sound quality was anything but impressive. Aptx HD, aptX low latency, noise cancelling technology were wildly used for headphones. The sound quality is much better than before.
Their Very Stylish
Alright, many of you simply won’t care how they look. This is especially true if you only plan to use them when watching TV. However, if you are using them on the road or at your local gym you will turn some heads. Not in a bad way, either! The design is modernized and very sleek, making them fit with nearly any outfit you have.
Easy to Use
For those of you worried about not being able to use these headphones because of their complexity, just know that it’s not as complicated as you might think. Sure, you might have to have a general idea of what you are doing but it’s not an hour-long process. Also, if you do ever get confused there are many step-by-step tutorials that you can find online.
If you haven’t dived into this technology, especially with wireless neckband headphones, then you need to as soon as possible. It will make your life a lot easier.
8 Oct 2017
The 3.5mm headphone jack was removed from the last iPhone 7. Last year many consumers have complained that there is very inconvenient without audio jack. Unfortunately, the new iPhone 8 will have no jack either.
As for myself, I always listen to music on the way to office or back home, I can’t stand a phone without jack. As all we know, the wireless Bluetooth technology is not mature. The audio quality of Bluetooth headset wireless is less good than the wired one. Bluetooth one has to be recharging too. If you listen music with wireless headset often, you might have to charge it every day. What if I forget to recharge it? Then you might not listen music with your phone. Please stop trying to kill the headphone jack. It’s a very useful feature for phone.
Unfortunately, Apple’s new iPhone, which will be release tomorrow, still has no jack. More and more smartphone has removed the audio jack. Maybe we will be force to use wireless Bluetooth headphones in the future. Qualcomm keeps developing Bluetooth technology, like aptX low latency, aptX HD. Headphones with aptX low latency enhance the experience of watching TV and playing mobile game with Bluetooth headset. It reduces the audio delay. Mixcder MS 301 high end headphones is equipped with aptX low latency technology. With fashion design and high audio quality, MS301 has received many good customer feedbacks. The Bluetooth headphone with aptX HD means it has high audio quality. If the two aptX technology can be combined in the same headphone, that would be great.
Headphones with jack or no jack, which one do you prefer?
8 Oct 2017
If the specification level of a headset is an important factor that enables you to buy the headphones. This article would state the professional explanation of sensitivity. Get start to learn now.

Sensitivity is the efficiency with which an in ear headphone driver uses the power it receives to convert an electrical signal into an acoustical signal, resulting in clear sound without any distortion. It’s related to the impedance and it must be compatible with it for you to enjoy the ultimate audio experience.

Sensitivity could be measured by decibel (dB) of Sound Pressure Level per milliwatt. In some cases it might be seen as dB/mW or (dB SPL/mW).

Measured in decibels of sound pressure levels, it indicates the magnitude of loudness which can be achieved at a certain level of power from the source, usually 1 mili watt. Headphones usually have sensitivity ranging within 90-110db/mW so as to avoid volume decibel levels where music listening might become very painful.

An earphone's sensitivity is 122 dB SPL/mW. This means 1 mW of power will generate 122 dB SPL. This SPL level is over the threshold of pain and can cause permanent hearing damage in a short amount of time. Figure #2 shows different levels in dB SPL and the exposure time before hearing damage may occur. A typical headphone output could provide this level. Note that dB SPL do not sum in a linear manner,2 mW into the earphone will not generate 244 dB SPL. Doubling or halving the input power increases or decreases the SPL by 3 dB. A .5 mW input into the earphone will generate 119 dB SPL. A sensitivity rating doesn’t mean much until it is matched with the output capabilities of an audio system. If a system has low output level, using a low sensitivity earphone will result in low SPL. Increasing the amplifier level in this configuration will lead to distorted audio due to amplifier clipping. On the other hand, a high sensitivity earphone coupled with a high power headphone amplifier will force a low volume setting, and then can result in more noise. A classic case of this problem is connecting a pair of efficient earphones to an airplane sound system. Setting the volume at the first position, right above zero, gives enough level but is noisy. Increasing the volume makes it too loud to use. A simple, passive headphone attenuator solves this problem by reducing the level being delivered to the headphones, allowing you to raise the volume of the headphone amplifier to a setting that produces less noise. The following table shows the SPL output level for the different earphones at different source levels. Mixcder new HD601 NFC Bluetooth headphone, the sensitivity of the speakers is 96±3dB, which is a normal level within 90-110db/mW.

Higher sensitivity guarantees better driver performance without using a lot of power; however it also means there are chances of distortion at higher volumes (which might cause damage to the earphone and your ears). On the other hand, lower sensitivity earphones require more power and are a more durable option as compared to higher sensitivity ones as they don't damage the driver unit despite the amount of power they require. Hence, lower sensitivity over ear headphones should be paired with high power supplying devices to get good output sound quality.
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