These days we begin to see more wireless headphones released. This seems to follow the development of smartphone manufacturers who decide to dive the 3.5 mm headphone jack on their phones, which forces customers to either turn to dongles and adapters or get cordless headphones. But as convenient as wireless headphones, there are obvious drawbacks.
That means that you need to charge them, and secondly, many people think that wired headphones provide better sound quality compared to wireless. If you're the one who still prefers wired headphones, you might be interested in hearing that Razer has announced Hammerhead USB-C ANC headphones.
This pair of earphones are connected and connected to your smartphone (like Razer Phone 2) via the USB-C port. This means that users do not have to handle dongles and adapters, although the disadvantage is that you can not charge your phone and listen to music at the same time (unless your phone supports wireless charging).
The headphones will also have ANC (active noise interruption) that will be powered by pulling on the phone's battery, which means that users never have to worry about having to charge the headset. They will also contain a built-in digital to audio converter (DAC) that provides 24 bit / 96 kHz audio. Razer Hammerhead USB-C ANC will be priced at $ 1
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