Your Technical Guide To Buy Headphones Online | Leaf Studios Blog
Music has always been a vital element of life for a large number of people who spend countless hours using, and a significant amount buying, headphones and other audio devices. The research in this area shows that music can have considerable impact on the perception, emotions, and behavior of a person. To enjoy music to the fullest, you need perfectly designed products with the latest configurations. Continuing on the subject, in this blog post, we share all the technical details you should keep in mind when looking to buy headphones online. Read on.
Bluetooth is unarguably the most commonly used wireless technology in headphones. It enables users to move up to 10 meters away from the device, providing a stable channel for signal transmission. Another emerging technology these days is Radio Frequency that has a larger range and coverage area than traditional bluetooth. It is mainly used with TVs and gaming desktops. Besides Bluetooth as primary technology, some modern age wireless headphones are also NFC enabled, which means is that all you need to do is bring them close and tap to an NFC enabled device to connect.
The noise cancellation feature gives the user more enhanced experienced by blocking out unwanted external sounds, and solely delivering pure sound. You can also go for wireless headphones with noise cancellation. The audio delivered by noise cancellation headphones doesn’t get disrupted due to the noise or unwanted sounds from the surroundings, which is much coveted by the audiophile community across the world. Whether you are looking to buy headphones online for everyday use or looking to add to your studio collection, you cannot go wrong with noise cancellation headphones.
Audio drivers, as the name suggests, play a key role in defining the sound of an audio gear. The main function of audio drivers is converting electrical signals into audio signals. They come in a variety, such as dynamic drivers, balanced drivers, planar magnetic drivers, and electrostatic drivers. Balanced drivers are found in in-ear earphones due to their minimal space requirements. While electrostatic and planar drivers are found in loaded, over-ear headphones. In some headphones combination of such drivers are used, known as hybrid drivers.
Sensitivity is a measure of the ability of a speaker to convert electrical power applied to the speaker into an acoustical signal, resulting in clear sound without any distortion. The higher the sensitivity ( generally measured in ‘dB/mW’), the greater the efficiency of headphones and the louder sound you get for the same amount of power consumed. Higher sensitivity guarantees better driver performance without using a lot of power.
We hope this blog would have given you an idea of the technical specifications to look at when buying wireless bluetooth headphones. If you are looking to buy premium headphones without having to break the bank, look no further than Leaf Studios. We offer a wide range of portable audio products, including wireless bluetooth headphones, bluetooth earphones and bluetooth speakers. If you have any questions or wish to learn more about any of our products, write to us at email@example.com and we will get back to you soon.