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Sony Xperia Ear Duo true wireless earphones review

[2019-02-07 21:50:00]

The current generation of truly wireless earphones are not without their issues. Battery life is often lackluster. Connectivity between the earphones, their audio source and even between each earbud, can still be less than dependable. Then there’s the cost: As with most new technologies, a decent pair of truly wireless earphones doesn’t come cheap. One would think that the priority of headphone makers would be to find ways to bring these issues to ground.But not Sony.Instead of throwing their considerable resources into creating more dependable, less expensive and, therefore, more accessible high-quality truly wireless earphones, they decided that innovative industrial design and a premium price tag was the way to go. The $280 Xperia Ear Duo are the result of their efforts. While the Ear Duo’s unusual looks could make these earphones a hit with fashion conscious individuals, their lackluster sound quality, connectivity issues and high price won’t be popular with anyone.To read this article in full, please click here

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