Monday, November 22, 2010

Review Sennheiser MX W1 true wireless earbuds: "Fantastic Wireless Technology"

Positive review on Amazon of the Sennheiser MX W1 true wireless earbuds from March 8, 2010. These wireless earbuds are untethered, meaning there is no wire connecting them. This is why they're called "true" wireless as there is no wires from the audio device to the earbuds and no wires connecting the earbuds to each other. 

Here's the review: "This is a great product for wireless technology. You can work within a range of about 20ft at the most between walls. I do wish they had a longer range for use. The fit is good from beginning for me. Battery life is within range as stated in instructions from manufacturer. One thing to mention the adjustable rubber angle piece at top of ear bud keeps falling off of one and I called the customer service line and they will send me a new pair in the mail, great customer service help. I would recommend this to anyone."

To deliver the audio without the wires, these earbuds use Kleer technology. Kleer provides CD-quality, uncompressed, lossless, digital stereo audio. And as Kleer technology provides stereo audio, the left wireless earbud provides the left stereo audio, the right wireless earbud provides the right stereo audio.

The carrying case also acts as a charger, which can be very handy when you're on the road.

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