Last year, a team of engineers led by Olle Linden on Kickstarter launched a campaign to raise capital for the production of its smallest wireless headphones in the world. Campaign Earin «raised” almost a million green money from interested people who want to be among the first lucky ones who will be able to use the new accessory.
Though their device for personal music looked very stylish and the design is also a new one and ergonomics, almost immediately they had a competitor comes on the heels. 21-year-old Australian Jonathan Zuvela developed concept headphones Nextear, in-ear monitor without wires, ideal for the modern teenager, going from cover to recharge the portable containing a built-in storage compartment and LED-lights.
A pair of headphones Nextear, as expected, running through Bluetooth with any compatible device and offers a delicious, stereo, although one Nextear can be used independently, while another might recharged. In addition to the technology Bluetooth (with a range of up to 33 feet / 10 meters), the headphones also have a great equalizer, which clearly add to his points from the fans of quality sound.
In addition to the promise of excellent listening experience audio quality “comparable or even better than most of the leading brands of headphones” with virtually no latency, for more information on the sound quality of today not available. Two sets of headphones Nextear can be connected to one Bluetooth enabled music source for the separation of the playlist with a friend. Headphones are inserted into the ear canal and their best “fit” the user can choose silicone nozzle going in the complete set.