Although there will always be staunch defenders of wired headphones. The reality is that the presence of wireless headphones continues to grow in the market as do their sales. While comfort is an undeniable argument to opt for them, it has been the progressive disappearance of the jack.
The sound quality of some of these models is beyond doubt. However, here we present gizmo gadgets models for all budgets and needs. The best four gizmo gadgets are as follows:
Philips Shb5250bk Myjam Fresh Tones
Another very interesting model among the helmets is the Philips SHB5250BK MyJam Fresh Tones, headphones with good finishes. It has a classic design and very light that stand out for its drivers of 14.2mm, a size that gives a thicker bass and more sensitivity.
They are compatible with Bluetooth 4.1 and allow hands-free mode thanks to its integrated microphone. Among its weak points, it is not compatible with aptX and the battery barely lasts 4 hours.
GiPioneer Se-MJ553BT-K: Gizmo Gadgets
As there is a wide range of gizmo gadgets if we talk about wireless headphones. But within the affordable price range, we also find alternatives for those who seek more richness of sound such as the Pioneer SE-MJ553BT-K.
The best of this model is its 40-millimeter transducers. It provides a richer sound and an amplitude of frequencies ranging from 10 to 22,000 Hz to boost bass and treble. Its circumaural design is sober and comfortable thanks to its pads. A detail that may be interesting: although you can wear them around the neck, they are foldable so they can be easily stored.
According to the manufacturer, its autonomy is 15 hours, requiring 4 hours to fully charge. In the connectivity section, it is compatible with both NFC and Bluetooth. It has version 3.0 and without aptX.
Skullcandy Grind Wireless: Gizmo Gadgets
Like the previous model, the Skullcandy Grind share their circumaural design also with 40 mm drivers. Of course, unlike the previous model, the Grind moves away from the plastic that we usually find in this price range. Of course, they are not at all discrete: their aesthetics are the most youthful.
These helmets cover the range of frequencies audible by the human ear in a solvent way, especially in the middle zone. They have a battery of up to 12 hours with a microphone and controls integrated into the headphones.
In terms of connectivity, its version is Bluetooth 4.1 and bring a cable jack to turn them into helmets of all life.
Sennheiser Hd 4.40 Bt
Another model that stands out for its comfort is the Sennheiser HD 4.40 BT, a surround circumaural helmets. It comes with Bluetooth 4.0 and NFC connectivity and cable jack in case you run out of battery and want to continue using them. However, according to the manufacturer reach 25 hours of autonomy.
These helmets provide a balanced sound, with shades and dynamic bass, thanks to the aptX codec and a frequency response of 18 – 22,000 Hz.
They have a minimalist and elegant design with folding headband, with synthetic leather pads from which you can control and answer calls. They come with a case to store them once folded.