Beyerdynamic Xelento Wireless Earbuds

May 10, 2017

Category: Tech

If you are looking to get some wireless headphones but don’t want to compromise on look or audio quality, we’ve come across the perfect pick. Introducing the Beyerdynamic Xelento Wireless Earbuds.

Like their wired brethren, these earbuds from the German audio company feature a top quality Tesla transducer technology along with an added Bluetooth aptX HD connection for high fidelity wireless listening. Don’t have an aptX HD enabled device? No worries. The headphones can switch from that higher quality setting to a standard AAC Bluetooth connection automatically. To avoid overloading the earbuds with Bluetooth and battery components the brand instead placed those pieces of hardware at the end of the chord and equipped it with a small clip. That same small battery boasts an impressive five and a half hours of life and can be charged via USB connection. To top all of this off, the headphones come with an in-line mic and remote for controlling volume and making calls.

Purchase: $1,200

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