Meet Aircom A3b Wireless Headphones

Aircom A3b Wireless Headphones

A wider soundstage and a more immersive listening experience is coming to you in a lightweight, wireless form. Meet the world’s first wireless airflow audio wireless headphones, Aircom A3b wireless earbuds.

Aircom A3b Wireless Headphones

A3b differentiates itself from your usual gaggle of wireless buds with the addition of an airflow chamber fashioned to open up your sound. This unique design allows your music to breathe and subsequently provides a more relaxed sound and wider, immersive soundstage. As Aircom Audio explains, “It is the difference between hearing your favorite song in the car or physically being at the festival soaking in the sounds and energy of the performer.”

This method reminds me of what makes an open-back headphone so amazing. Airflow through the headphone allows for a beautifully rich listening experience with detailed spatial recreation.

Aircom A3b Wireless Headphones

Aircom’s airflow chamber is built between the earbuds and speaker, running about 3.73 inches in length. Typical earbuds allot less than half an inch for air space, making the difference between breathable audio.

Aicom A3b wireless headphones resonate over a frequency range of 20 to 20,000 Hertz using 8mm speakers at an impedance of 16 ohms. When it comes to wireless capability, expect A3b to pair with any Bluetooth-enabled smart device using Bluetooth 4.1 technology over a range of 30 feet. The buds can operate for up to 4.5 hours at 75 percent output and 8 hours at 40 percent output while taking about 2.5 hours to fully recharge.

Additional features include a hydrophobic nano-coating to repel water on the outside of the buds. Magnets are also built into the end caps of the earbuds to better secure the earbuds around your neck when you aren’t listening to them.

Aircom A3b wireless earbuds are available on Indiegogo at the Super Early Bird price of $59 and will ship worldwide this December.

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