Forget Beats. In fact, forget those new Apple Airpods you are bound to lose. These headphones, created by Muzik, a Twitter-backed startup, are pretty awesome!
If you work out of cafes or open plan offices, you often just want to drown out the noise. What better way to do it, than to put on your headphones and loose yourself in your tunes. Good music is a natural mood enhancer, and so is great sound. So, you want to make sure you use the right equipment. Sure, you can get yourself a pair of Apple’s Beats or Samsung’s Level On headphones, but neither would be social media-enabled.
Muzik One – “the smartphone of headphones” are just that. Offering passive noise isolation technology and great high-def audio, Muzik One headphones stand comfortably next to their competitors, offering 40mm drivers and interchangeable cups that allow you to change your headphone style from over-ear to on-ear to suit your style. Additionally, they offer microphones for phone calls or gaming, a battery life of 30 hours, a Bluetooth range of roughly 50 feet (or 4-foot 3.5-inch cable connection), and a frequency range of 20 – 22,000hz. At under $300, they also compete well in terms of price.
Muzik One headphones are not as ordinary though. They have capacitive keys that are programmable through an app, to connect and carry out actions on Spotify, Facebook, Twitter, and even IFTTT. Say you really like a tune… Well you can easily share it straight to Facebook or Twitter, simply by tapping the on your headphones. You can also do things like activate playlists, speed dial a friend, activate IFTTT recipes, activate Siri, and more!
➡️ Get your Muzik Ones headphones at Amazon
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