LG x Harman Kardon Tone Infinim Headphones

Dec 4, 2019

Category: Tech

So you’ve mustered up the energy to hit the gym after work, but now you have to deal with those pesky cords getting caught in nearly every machine, ripping your earbuds out of year canals mid set. LG and Harmon Kardon have teamed up for an elegant solution in their Tone Infinim.

This is more than just a basic set of wireless headphones. This gadget was designed as a collaboration between two of the best in the business to be the be-all and end-all for wireless offerings. They’re lightweight, feature retractable earbuds for added protection, and will even alert you with vibrations to keep you updated on what’s going on with your smartphone (phone calls, emails, etc). The headphones are good for a whopping 500 hours of standby time, and an equally impressive 14 hours of audio playback. Charges will be few and far between – which is the way we like it.

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