The over-ear headphones
Now they look much better than the last ones
Better design and not too shabby 40mm drivers Although I can see comments coming about the micro-USB
Ooh those look comfy, and with 40mm drivers I can see myself blasting away the tunes. Hopefully they have at least a 12 hour battery if not more so I can jam all day
According to the manual they should have 20hrs from a 2.5 hr charge. Hopefully some of these will be up for testing
Sweet, and yes I am with you on the testing part
Anyone know how long the aux cable is? This looks better than the last post of over the ear style
Looks nice. I’d like to test those out. But what’s with the micro-USB . - Sorry just had to mention it @ndalby. But the ear pads could be a little larger for those with larger ears.
Theses headphones need
USB Type-C charge input
Braided audio aux cable
Hard case leather or braided nylon
Deeper ear pads
I could also see a similar wired design and adjustable microphone being used for gaming earphones / headset.
If these headphones are around my budget level i would so buy them they remind me of my old Sol Republic Master Tracks headphones that I used to have
Deeper earpads? They already look pretty deep to me.
Bluetooth 5.0 would be nice, but at the same time, what audio benefits does it provide? I was under the impression that bluetooth audio quality depended less on the bluetooth version and more on the audio codec.
Also, I don’t think I’ve ever bought a pair of headphones that came with a hard case, and that includes some pretty nice over-ear options.
Those look super comfy but on the heavy side. It will be interesting to hear reviews when it comes out.
Not much deeper maybe another quarter inch but it would help a lot if you intended to wear these headphones for hours on end or if these are ever adopted into wired gaming headphones.
Bluetooth 5.0 because it has double the bandwidth And better range.
I have a pair of Klipsch on-ear headphones that came with a leather hard case that I was extremely impressed with the Protective hard case and was a major selling point and protect the headphones keeping them looking brand new.
I would gladly pay 200$ give or take 25$ for headphones with all of my requested features.
To recap the main differences between these and the SoundCore Space…
We’re looking at 2.5 hours to charge vs 3, and the design is a little different, as @ndalby mentioned. This leads me to believe it’s a smaller battery because the input appears to be identical.
These are also slightly heavier at 288g vs 259g (10oz vs 9.14oz).
Impedance is 16 vs 32.
Everything else looks to be the same (driver size, frequency response, BT version/range, etc.)
I really like to see these discussion before the product official released.
If that is true then why do not announce tentative products here directly rather than the proxy of the FCC?
Before the product is officially released, it actually cannot be exposed too earlier by our employees.
Now available on Amazon.
wow Im digging these headphones hopefully i test them out or buy them after saving some money and there kinda not too expensive