Power Series Headphones by i10 Accessories

Power Series Headphones

These are earbuds reinvented. Aiming to fix the everyday issues plagued by earbud enthusiasts, i10 Accessories Power Series TTC 210 earbuds have been designed with all the bells and whistles to defeat those all too common concerns.

Power Series Headphones by i10 Accessories

Tangled wires are an every day nuisance. I can’t tell you how many times I spend the first half of my commute trying to undue the terrible knot of my ear bud cables. With the Power Series this should be no more. Each cable is comprised of braided nylon fabric. Each earbud housing also contains a magnet to lock and secure the earphones around your neck when not in use.

This same nylon braiding can withstand high tension usage, with the ability to life weights while the entire casing is light weight shock and sweat resistant – meaning it can survive the weight of a car.

Power Series Headphones

The magnets are also programmed to pause and play your music when connected and disconnected from one another. In addition, during a call this same motion can be used to either answer or end a call.

The ear tips are ergonomically designed to stay locked in place no matter how intense your workout.

The Power Series uses a built-in digital-to-analog converter to reproduce the sound of your music with more clarity and detail than your run of the mill buds. The earphones reach a frequency response of 20-20,000 Hertz using 8mm drivers on an impedance of 32 ohms.

Finally, the buds can be purchased with either a Lightning jack cable, Type-C USB, or microUSB in colors Gold, Rose, Space Grey, and Silver. The buds are available via Kickstarter at the Super Early Bird price of $89. Orders will ship to backers in April 2017.

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