CES 2019 starts up next week, and one of the hot trends we expect is genuine wireless earphones. They're going to be everywhere. It has been about two years since Apple's AirPod was released, and since then there has been a steady increase in companies coming out with their own versions. Even high-end audio companies come into action. For example, the second week my colleague reviewed Sennheizer's first true wireless earphone, Momentum True Wireless ($ 300); They are expensive, safe, but he also called them the most sounding true wireless earbuds, period.
Now another well-respected audio company, Klipsch, has announced its first true wireless earbuds: Klipsch T5 True Wireless. On the surface, these earphones look like Jaybird Run. They have the same shape and should fit into people's ears; Plus, they come with swappable silicone tips, which Klipsch says provide an "excellent seal for noise insulation and superior bass." As you expect, they will deliver the same good sound you expect from Klipsch. 1
Klipsch's first genuine wireless earplugs are expected to be available in the spring of 2019. They are expected to cost in the range of $ 200, located on the expensive side of true wireless earplugs, but not nearly as expensive as true wireless sheep.