Bluetooth Earphones vs Wired Earphones- Which is Better?

Bluetooth Earphones vs Wired Earphones- Which is Better?

In the ever changing world of consumer electronics, a common point of discussion that always arises is the discussion between wired and wireless. The first truly wireless earphones were invented by the Japanese company Onkyo in 2015. Since then there have been multiple companies who have pushed the envelope forward by adapting the latest in audio onto the wireless earbuds

In this blog we will explore the innovations that earphones have made, which have made the listening experience far better than what wired earphones have made over the last century. The innovation also will keep continuing in the coming years

Wireless Freedom: This is possibly the biggest appeal for bluetooth earphones over wired. Every one of us who have used wired earphones at one point or another have faced issues with tangled wires and the hassle it takes to untangle them to a point of usage. Bluetooth earphones don’t come with this problem. You can just open the case and pop them into your ears with no hassles.

Audio Jack/ Port Issues: Audio jack issues are some of the most common issues that wired earphone users come out with. After days of repeated usage, there is a chance that the sharp earphone jack might not go well with the audio jack of your device due to wear and tear issues

Better Sound Quality:
Bluetooth earphones are designed for you to be able to listen to audio with built in audio drivers and buds that take into account the shape of your ears. Take Crossbeats Fury for example, one of our premium bluetooth earphones for iphone, android and laptop.

It has built in 13mm graphene drivers with built in subwoofers and it really allows you to take the audio experience in. These bluetooth earphones for gaming come with adaptive technology that allows you to hear every detail with no disturbance from the outside.

Universal Compatibility:
Every device comes with different forms of audio jacks. There is C type, B type and Aux. This can be a real problem to deal with as each audio jack comes with a different wired earphone that it is compatible with.

That is not the hassle anymore with bluetooth earphones. Whether you are looking for wireless earphones for mobile or bluetooth earphones with laptop, as long as your device supports bluetooth you can connect to music with ease.

One Button Option: Another innovation made by bluetooth earphones is the introduction of the one button option for calls, music, pause/play and voice assistant access.

With a tap of the button you can shift to the mode you want to navigate to. One of the best bluetooth earphones with simple touch access is the Crossbeats Slide. These trendy earbuds which are designed for the fashionista in you is the gateway to all the worlds you would like to explore.

The multi function touch controller responds just with one touch or one click making it convenient for you to take calls on the go or set reminders for yourself by accessing the voice assistant.

Lighter on the Ears: When you connect your wired earphones for your phone with your device you sometimes have to bear the weight of it. Even if you are using your laptop in a stationary position, this can be a burden on your ears.

This is why over here at Crossbeats we have made sure to make earphones that feel much lighter on your ears. One of the best bluetooth earphones we have in our collection is Airpop.

It is lighter than 4g per earbud ensuring that you do not feel any strain on your ears when you have been connected for a long period of time.

Wireless earphones are the future and they are growing at a pace and innovating that wired earphones have not been able to. So embrace the change, and see how your audio experience changes for the better

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