New Release Ultrasone Go Bluetooth Headphones

Ultrasone Go Bluetooth Headphones

We are in the dawn of the wireless age and everyone is cutting the cord – Ultrasone included. The Germany-based headphone company is enlisting a new headphone to join the wireless revolution – modeled after Ultrasone Go, is Ultrasone Go Bluetooth headphones.

New Release Ultrasone Go Bluetooth Headphones

The new addition closely resembles many of Ultrasone’s over-ear pro models. It features a very slender headband and extenders attaching themselves to an oblong-shaped ear cup that is sure to be comfy. The hinges allow for movement in all directions, making for a better positioning both on and off the head. These cans appears to have a headband comprised of a sort-of flex rubber padding while the ear cushions are of soft plush leather making the entire frame lightweight and perfect for travel.

As for features, the wireless headset provides up to 23 hours of music and is fashioned with buttons to turn on Bluetooth, switch back and forth between tracks, and pause and play your music.

As for sound, Ultrasone Go provides enhanced with S-Logic Basic Surround Sound. This technology is said to provide a more immersive listening experience than headphones that project sound in a compact fashion – evenly on both sides. S-Logic system pushes the sound around your head,” describes Ultrasone. As a result, your audio will sound “as though you are listening to speakers meters away. Even at very low levels, this spacious sound allows you to hear and listen to each and every individual sound.”

If you’re wondering how the beauty of surround sound works, it involves S-Logic signals reflecting off the surface of the outer ear in different directions before entering the auditory canal rather than hitting the inner ear directly. This creates natural three-dimensional sound. Because this feature is based off of your physiological traits, it doesn’t alter your hearing in any way. It actually allows for safer listening as it aids in the reduction of sound pressure levels at the eardrum by up to 40 percent (3 – 4 dB). This may reduce the risk of hearing damage. Such a plus!

So is the price. Ultrasone Go Bluetooth headphones will retail for $299.99 and will include a micro USB charging cable and an aux cable. No word on the ship date, but we will keep you updated.


Driver: PET 40mm

Impedance: 20 ohms

Frequency Response Range: 20 Hz – 20 kHz

Run Time: 23 Hours

Charging Time: 2.5 Hours

Bluetooth: 4.1

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