At present, the use of wireless headphones are increasingly become more popular since they are much more hassle free to use and with no wires that constantly get tangled up and damaged over time. With advances in technology such as Bluetooth, the audibility of the wireless headphones is increasing in demand.  Some factors are there which you need to be aware of for choosing the wireless headphones. They are.

  • Bluetooth version
  • Audibility
  • Quality of sound
  • Cost
  • Wireless range
  • Frequency responsive
  • Sensitivity
  • Battery
  • Brand

In general the wireless headphones are divided into two types namely in which one is designed for the music listener who prefers to use the headphone while on the travel and this posses the Bluetooth technology and another one is infrared based headphones where this is specifically designed for playing games or watching TV while relaxing at home.

Among these two types the Bluetooth type headphone is found to be the best one if you are a sports enthusiasts or commuter. The audio quality of the Bluetooth headset is lower than the infrared headphone and which are bulkier as well as transmitter, the Bluetooth headphone is charged by using the external power.

Benefits of using the wireless headphones

Wireless headphones are great invention that many people find it is very useful because not having the cord on your headphone is found to be a great one. In this modern gadget technology world everything has gone into the mobile phone so it is time for the cable free earbuds and cords.

A lot of people download their favourite music from web instead of buying the CDs from the store in which if you store your music in your PC then you can easily listen to all the music with the help of the wireless headphones. The wireless headphones have many benefits like.

  • These headphones can extend the life of the batteries and reduce the background noise for example you are in college and needs to study for your semester exam but your roommates have a bunch of friends and chatting.
  • You can also wear these wireless headphones and put some music on and you won’t be hearing any background noise of the party that is going around you.

A good set of the wireless headphones and earbuds are not too much expensive but they also have many advantages over the traditional headphones that is worth it to pay a little more for them. For instance the wireless headphones are found to be the best one and it has a great sound quality and is worth the money.

These headphones are durable and well made headphones that you can wear inside and outside the home and they will be giving you the great quality of sound no matter where you are.

Hearing your environment

Sony and Panasonic both make lightweight and comfortable wireless headphones that will provide the great sound quality. The great thing about these wireless headphones is that they recharge themselves without you having to do anything i.e. as soon as you take them off and set them on the charger they start charging the battery so they are ready for the next time use.

These headphones comes in variety of styles, design and colors in which you can choose your favourite color headphone but the sound quality provided by these headphones are same only the appearance and design are found to be different one.

Before buying the wireless headphones you need to do some comparison shopping among the different headphone brands that have the features that you want get in the best price. You may also want to look for the wireless headphones that use the Bluetooth technology but you want to be sure that your mobile device support the Bluetooth version and it is compatible one.

You no need to think about buying the best wireless headphones only to not having them work on your home when you buy headphones because it supports all your needs and it is of compatible one and has many features.

Features of wireless headphones

The following are the some of the features of the wireless headphones and this generation of the bone conduction technology headphones are found to be lightest and are organically designed open ear headphones and earbuds.

  • The bone conduction technology delivers the music through your cheekbones and it ensures that the ears remain completely open to hear the ambient sound of the music.
  • The wireless bone conduction headphones are 20% lighter in weight compared to other headphones.
  • The headphones are completely wrapped around the titanium design and these designs provide the flexible fit, stability and comfort.
  • Dual noise canceling microphone is present in the wireless bone conduction headphone and this excludes the surrounding background noise and effectively enhance the speech.

Headphones are inspired by many music lovers and it is found to be demands of the elite and aspiring music lovers and sports athletes by their sound quality.

With promises of fundamental changes in the wonderful world of mobility it’s perhaps little wonder that consumers are increasingly more attracted to interactive technology when it comes to getting behind the wheel.

What is already commonly referred to as the ‘connected car’ has certainly evolved in very distinct stages over the past few decades, which perhaps not only demonstrates the major advances already made but also provides an exciting insight of what’s yet to come.

A brief history

Going as far back as the mid-1960’s, the General Motors’ Driver Aid, Information and routing initiative (otherwise known as “DAIR”) sought to provide drivers with all types of useful driving information, from basic directions right through to current road conditions and ongoing accident reports. Sadly, a basic lack of technology stopped any further progress at the time, although only until 1995 when GM revealed its new OnStar technology in collaboration with EDS and Hughes Electronics. For some vehicles, this meant the exciting introduction of car phones; not to mention two new key players: the hardware providers and Tier 2 chip providers who supplied both the DCM devices and core services.

Almost  a decade later, the near-ubiquity of mobile phones, coupled with the rapid rise of what are now known as ‘smartphones’, promoted the introduction of “info-tainment” applications, particularly the Ford SYNC, Kia UVO and GM MyLink.  As opposed to utilising embedded hardware, these applications were developed via the driver’s own phone and streamed via Bluetooth; thus duplicating entertainment and features the driver could enjoy elsewhere and not purely in the car. On the back of this, Silicon Valley giants duly made their presence felt – particularly Blackberry, Google and Apple; all of whom released their own proprietary software platforms to establish themselves in an already booming market.

Today’s technology

It comes as no great surprise that new technologies in the automotive industry have continued to advance over the years and this can only mean one thing – decisions, decisions, decisions! With so many gadgets and apps to choose from, today’s consumer has a plethora of important decisions to make when it comes to finding the right accessories for both the driver and their passengers, including mobile-apps. Here we take a look at just a few of the many options available on today’s market:

Adaptive suspension  

No longer reserved for the likes of Range Rovers and other 4 x 4 alternatives, adaptive suspension allows the vehicle to be put into different modes for added comfort, such as “sports” mode. Popular with landowners and farmers (or, at least, those with the budget to spare), this particular add-on is ideal for both on and off road adventures.

Advanced self-driving capabilities

As though forward-collision warnings and adaptive cruise controls weren’t enough, car manufacturers such as Mercedes and Volvo are already rolling out far more advanced packages which only stop a little short of autonomous vehicles themselves!  Ideal for the regular commuter, technology such as Volvo’s Pilot Assist system are certainly making an impact on the market. Autonomous technology leaves the car users the time to enjoy the interactive technology.

Autonomous safety features  

Whilst features such as lane-keep assist, automatic forward-collision braking and adaptive cruise control were initially restricted to the higher end luxury vehicles, these are now available on many more models, including the Nissan which even has the capability to perceive an incident two cars ahead! Now that’s what you’d call smart thinking, and it allows you to watch Netflix, get the answer to the question How old are you? Or even check your email while driving, and legally too! 

Electronic Logging Devices

Huge amounts of money are being saved each year on vehicle fleet owners and private car owners alike, using ELD devices to keep track of mileage. From a lower and better insurance rate, to finding the minimal mileage required, these devices are worth their weight in gold.

Gesture control  

Whilst only BMW currently offer gesture control on their 7 series, another great app well and truly in the making enables drivers to control various vehicle features quite literally, by using gestures as opposed to touch or voice control.

Larger screens  

For drivers who prefer to keep their hands firmly on the wheel then the new larger screens being introduced by manufacturers such as Mercedes and Volvo not only offer great viewing ease but are also ultra-sensitive to touch, meaning they can be operated with ease, just like a smartphone.

Car care apps  

Long gone are the days when you needed to record your service mileage on a scrap of paper; or try and remember when the next oil change falls due. Today’s car care apps like many other mobile apps for drivers, such as the Hyundai Assurance’s version, really do make life much easier when it comes to keeping track of that all important information meaning you’ll never miss an important milestone again.

Electric drivetrain

Whilst vehicles with electric propulsion systems have been around since the late 1990’s, electric drivetrains are certainly driving performance forward – not only from a fuel economy point of view but also in terms of speed. What’s more, it’s already being offered on a long list of vehicles (including performance models such as the BMW, Porsche Spyder and Ferrari).

Suffice it to say, when it comes to interactive technology some incredible progress has already been made; and with yet more to come. Quite what the future holds in store, we’ll have to wait and see but it certainly seems true to suggest that technological advances hold no bounds when it comes to market competition.