Grado Labs’ True Wireless Earbuds Offer Hi-Fi Audio In A Compact Package

Oct 6, 2020

Category: Tech

When they first debuted in 2015, true wireless earbuds changed the audio game forever. Offering Bluetooth connectivity, built-in case charging, phone-free operation, and — most importantly — no wires to be seen, they were a truly revolutionary concept. Since that time, hundreds of brands have jumped aboard the trend, hoping to capitalize on the momentum and sell their product as something unique. Now, after two years of extensive development, Grado Labs is finally ready to enter the market.

Although the true wireless space is swamped with options, Grado Labs’ GT220 Series offers something its competitors can’t: superior sound quality from a brand committed to bringing you the best in audio essentials. For though they skip out on features like active noise cancellation, they come packed with tech to ensure that their performance is on par with Grado’s full-size offerings. Built with 8mm polyethylene terephthalate full-range drivers, the GT220 series touts Grado’s esteemed sound signature, with a natural response and a defined bass. And with Bluetooth 5.0 support for aptX and AAC codecs, these earphones deliver fuss-free high-resolution streaming. Rated for up to six hours per charge, the GT220 series includes a charging case capable of five full charges. You can pre-order them now for $260.

Purchase: $260

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