Saturday, November 20, 2010

Review Sennheiser MX W1 true wireless earbuds: "Sound like wired headphones"

One of my favorite reviews on Amazon of the Sennheiser MX W1 true wireless earbuds  that use Kleer technology. My favorite line: "These headphones sound fantastic!" And the reason they are called "true" wireless is that there is no wire connecting the earbuds, no leash that hangs on the back of your neck. The audio you hear from the left wireless earbud is the left stereo sound. And the audio you hear from the right, is the right stereo sound. And, finally, the author mentions Kleer technology. Kleer is the wireless audio technology that delivers the CD-quality, uncompressed, lossless, digital stereo audio.

Here's an excerpt: "They produce a well balanced sound across a wide frequency. Bass, mid range and treble all sound excellent. I haven't heard any distortion. Kleer definitely produces a crisp, clear sound and the headphones allow you to hear an incredible level of detail. I would have thought these were wired if I tested these blindfolded. Operation is simple. Activate the headphones, then activate the transmitter and you have sound!"

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