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When it comes to technology, the handiest feature that has ever been created (or at least, one of them) is Bluetooth. This technology can be used for multiple devices, the most convenient may be for wireless headphones. As long as your wireless headphoneshave Bluetooth capability and whatever device you want to pair them with has Bluetooth enabled, you can enjoy a lot of useful features.>>

Eliminating Cables>>

When you are listening to music messing around with dangling cords can be extremely annoying. Especially, if the headphones you currently possess have an obnoxiously long cable. However, with wireless headphones you completely eliminate that hassle. This becomes even more useful if you tend to exercise while listening to music. If you use wired headphones while exercising, they will constantly get in the way. Why not try wireless Bluetooth headphones?Mixcder R9 behind the neck sport headphoneis a good partner for exercise.>>

The Sound has Improved>>

Over time, Bluetooth headphones have continued to increase their sound quality. Admittedly, when they were first available on the market their sound quality was anything but impressive. Aptx HD, aptX low latency, noise cancelling technology were wildly used for headphones. The sound quality is much better than before.>>

Their Very Stylish>>

Alright, many of you simply won’t care how they look. This is especially true if you only plan to use them when watching TV. However, if you are using them on the road or at your local gym you will turn some heads. Not in a bad way, either! The design is modernized and very sleek, making them fit with nearly any outfit you have.>>

Easy to Use>>

For those of you worried about not being able to use these headphones because of their complexity, just know that it’s not as complicated as you might think. Sure, you might have to have a general idea of what you are doing but it’s not an hour-long process. Also, if you do ever get confused there are many step-by-step tutorials that you can find online.>>

If you haven’t dived into this technology, especially with wireless neckband headphones, then you need to as soon as possible. It will make your life a lot easier.>>


We are familiar with Bluetooth, but how about AirPlay? AirPlay is Apple’s own proprietary Wi-Fi dependant wireless platform, allowing users to stream digital audio or video content to other AirPlay supported devices.

There are distinct advantages and disadvantages to both AirPlay and Bluetooth. Despite both frequently being used for wireless streaming, Bluetooth and AirPlay actually operate using completely different technologies.

Maybe the most noticeable difference between the two is that AirPlay offers the capability to stream video. Unlike Bluetooth, which connects directly between devices, AirPlay creates a connection by “piggybacking” on your home Wi-Fi network.

As one of Apple patented technology, AirPlay is only available for use from OSX devices, Mac and IOS devices, while Bluetooth which works across a much wider range of devices made by a huge number of manufacturers.

It’s hard to say which one is better. Like many things, it all comes down to personal taste of the individual. To give a further explanation of the two, we thought we would outline their pros and cons.

 

Airplay pros:

·         Airplay has the capability of playing across a much larger distance between devices than Bluetooth.

·         Airplay uses lossless compression, but anything streamed over Bluetooth uses lossy compression.

·         Aireplay offers direct communication between the IOS device and the Airplay speaker, including volume control.

Airplay cons:

·         Airplay devices have to be networked.

·         Airplay is only available on Apple and a small number of other certified devices.

 

Bluetooth Pros:

·         Bluetooth is wildly used for gadget, like smartphone, tablet.

·         With the developing of Bluetooth technology, AAC and aptX is capable to provide high quality sound than Standard Bluetooth Codec.

Bluetooth Cons:

·         The two devices connected via Bluetooth need to be closed in 10-15 meters.

·         The sound bluetooth streams is compressed with lossy.

Most feadphones Mixcder provide are supported Bluetooth function, such as HD601 (NFC Bluetooth headphones), MS301 (aptX low latency Bluetooth headphones), PRO911 (bluetooth sport headphones).

Bluetooth or Airplay, which one do you prefer? 

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