Saturday, December 10, 2011

MX W1 true wireless earbuds discontinued?

Can't find the Sennheiser MX W1 true wireless earbuds on anymore. Looks like they've been cancelled, that they're not making them anymore. The MX W1 wireless earbuds were a great concept piece for Sennheiser and Kleer as they demonstrated the ability to deliver wireless audio in stereo. The amazing part about the MX W1 wireless earbuds is that they were "true" wireless as there was no wire between the left and right earbud. And they were delivered CD-quality, lossless, uncompressed digital audio in stereo. So you heard the music designed for the left speaker through the left-designated MX W1 and the right speaker through the right-designated earbud. Pretty sure that the success of the MX W1 laid the groundwork for the Sennheiser RS 160, 170, and 180 wireless headphones. The earbuds could be charged connecting to a wire or you could charge the cradle and you could could charge the earbuds there as the cradle could charge them independently for a while. Was a pretty cool design.

Guess you could still probably find them on eBay.

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