When my headphones come in, the other world disappears. Scroll through the playlist to dig deeper into your favorite music songs. And I’m in my little audio world. There, everything is peaceful, my favorite singer is my best friend, and they know the right way to say it. If you are also a music enthusiast, you know how important and sacred your personal music time is, and how sacred your relationship with your headphones is. After all, these are the witty little ones that take us into our beloved audio world. And one of the most popular headphones these days is the Apple AirPods Max. But hey! Remember that good headphones are better than Apple. And this nifty list includes everything from temperature-controlled headphones to sophisticated headphones that turn into spiral speakers. The design of headphones these days is higher than ever, and I can’t wait to listen!
1. Yamaha L700A
The Yamaha L700A comes from a company that has a reputation for manufacturing “serious” audio equipment for serious musicians and audio professionals, and aims to strike a balance between professional gear and consumer value. The gray design with fabric trim on the headband and earpiece itself makes it look like a condenser mic when viewed from a distance. Wireless headphones fold flat like AirPods Max, so you can move them easily. Instead of a touch-sensitive panel or rotary knob, the earphones actually have a button on the right earpiece for a reliable tactile experience.
At least for audiophiles, a dumb life is unthinkable in modern times. This handy accessory has evolved from wired to true wireless in the last few years. Features such as touch / gesture buttons for switching volume, starting / stopping music, finding tracks, and switching ANC modes. While I like gesture-controlled inputs the most, I personally want a more tactile experience with gadgets. Headphones are no exception, and these headphones, called Olfoo, fall into my alley. The reason is that there are physical buttons that can perform all of the above tasks with profound physical input.
3. Sony WH-1000XM5
This new pair of Sony uses two processors, an integrated processor V1 and a 30mm driver unit. First, it uses the HD noise canceling processor QN1 to improve bass generation and sound clarity. The 30mm driver unit is for noise canceling. With these improvements, headphones provide unmatched noise canceling. You can turn off the world around you with this. The two processors of the Sony WH-1000XM5 headphones control eight microphones. The latter lowers the frequency and optimizes noise cancellation.
4. Anis Jabloun’s Bang & Olufsen concept
This concept design looks much like the BeoPlay H8, B & O’s first wireless on-ear headphones. The main difference is that the inside of the cup is completely transparent, at least visually. Theoretically, this does not affect the quality of the audio output by the speaker, but it does send a clear (pungent) message to the viewer. Like cups, the sound you can expect from B & O brand headphones is very clear and unmistakable.
Meet Thermaphone – A pair of cans that change temperature to negate the effects of extremely hot temperatures and cold winters. These headphones have a hybrid design and feature temperature-changing earphones for unique thermal comfort. The earcups of these headphones are compact, with the earphones sticking out inside. It is sharpened by the vacuum seal of the earphones and promises excellent sound insulation covered by the encapsulation properties of the ear cups. Temperature control is achieved via two integrated Pelche chips that can switch the temperature between 25 ° C and 38 ° C.
6. Samsung Galaxy Level
The Samsung Galaxy Bud is named after its “bud” shaped design (which personally looks like a bean), but level headphones depend on how the sound is tuned. It has more names. The outside of the headphones has a smooth design with buttons around the edges of the leather earcups, but the touch-sensitive surface on the side allows you to interact with multimedia, such as volume up / down, response / rejection, etc. Improve. Make phone calls, cycle music, and call Voice Assistant on your Bixby or mobile phone.
7. Dyson Zone
The Dyson Zone is in many ways the first. This is the company’s first puncture wound in the unnamed “Hearable”, which refers to the growing wearable market, especially those that connect to headphones and earphones, especially smartphones. The exact specifications of Dyson’s first headphones have not yet been revealed, but there are already some important features that audiophiles have stated will be interested in this new candidate. At the top of the list is Active Noise Cancellation or ANC, which has recently become the standard for over-ear headphones. By itself, the Dyson Zone has a particularly strong edge over other audio accessories, but to be honest, it’s just the tip of the iceberg.
8. Beoplay HX
For each feature, the Beoplay HX seems to be designed to compete with the AirPods Max … and maybe even win. Wireless over-ear headphones have the longest battery life in their category (AirPods Max is 10 hours short and Sony WH-1000XM4 is 5 hours short). Equipped with ANC (Active Noise Canceling) inside, when this feature is turned off, the headphones last for well over 40 hours on a single charge. The headphones are available in black (all white variations will be available in a month), and the body made of recycled plastic is covered with a radially brushed aluminum disc.
9. Novet N1
The functionality of Noveto N1 is different. Instead of pressing the speaker against each ear, the N1 sits on a desk and “beams” the audio towards the ear like a regular Bluetooth speaker. However, you can also keep the audio out of your ears. It doesn’t move sideways to someone sitting beside you, behind your ears, or to your partner standing right behind you. It just reaches your ears exactly, creating an “invisible sound pocket”, or invisible headphones.
These sophisticated futuristic headphones have a hidden secret – transform into a speaker! Normally, when you’re done listening to your favorite song, you just put your headphones on your desk or anywhere else you like, but Helix’s soft headband and ball joint arm make it easy to twist and shape your headphones. Transforms into a spiral speaker. In the form of speakers, the headphones also look like cool little sculptures. This is something that can be placed in the room and will always be asked. The headphones have an accessible dial that you can lightly adjust to adjust the volume or change the song. The dial works perfectly even when Helix is in the shape of a speaker.