Klipsch T5 True Wireless In-Ear Headphones

September 23, 2019 - Comment

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Product highlights100% wire-free headphones no connecting cord between left and right earbuds IPX4 splash-resistant 5mm dynamic drivers voiced similarly to Klipsch speakers detailed full-range sound with striking dynamics deep, punchy bass Bluetooth 5.0 for wireless music listening and phone calls aptX® and AAC decoding provides high-quality music streaming from compatible devices free Klipsch Connect app for Apple® and Android(tm) allows you to adjust settings and customize the sound built-in microphones for clear phone calls four-mic system designed to better capture your voice in noisy or windy conditions built-in rechargeable batteries offer 8 hours of listening carrying case banks up to 24 hours of power to wirelessly recharge headphones USB-C cable included for charging case includes 3 sizes of patented Klipsch oval ear tips for a secure, noise-isolating fit streamlined design fits natural shape of ear canal and avoids pressure points offers up to 22dB of noise attenuation controls on each earbud let you answer calls and control music and volume large, tactile buttons for use on the go frequency response: 10-19,000 Hz weight: 1.88 oz. (both earbuds) warranty: 2 years What’s in the boxLeft and right wireless ear buds 3 Pairs of silicone ear tips (1 pair installed) 40″ USB charging cable (USB-C plugs on both ends) USB-C (female) to USB Type A (male) adapter Charging case About this itemThe Klipsch T5 True Wireless case banks 24 hours of power to wirelessly recharge the earbuds. No wires, and all Klipsch True wireless earbuds are extremely popular these days, and this is the first we’ve seen from Klipsch. Soyou get that familiar black-and-copper color scheme and timeless, adrenaline-rush sound.But what jumps out at me is the battery life. The T5 True Wireless offer up to eight hours of wireless music listening on a full charge, the longest I’ve seen so far in this category. We’re not making a bigger battery and shoving it in your ear, said Vlad Grodzinskiy, the head of their headphone division. We can get eight hours because Qualcomm’s new Bluetooth chip uses so much less energy. Worth the wait I spoke to Vlad earlier this year when I visited Klipsch’s headquarters in Indianapolis. He explained that-in true Klipsch fashion-they bucked the trend of rushing to market.Since we’re in the business of making products that last a long time and work really well, said Vlad, “we decidedto wait.” Thestate-of-the-art built-inBluetooth chip not only uses less energy, but it also allows each earbud tomake a strong,independent Bluetooth connection to your phone or other audio device.That makes it less of a hassle for you to use. You can grab either earbud to make a quick call, or use both to listen to music. Either way, pairing is hassle-free. Klipsch’s patented oval-shaped ear tips ensure a secure, comfortable fit with better noise isolation for sound. Tuned for classic Klipsch sound Vlad also explained that the newBluetooth technology helps Klipschprovide the audio performance they’reknown for. Basically, a stronger wireless connectionequals better sound. It allows the 5mm drivers inside the T5 True Wireless earbuds to do their thing. They deliver thatfamous Paul W. Klipsch sound- high on detail, low on distortion -with a nice helping of bassfor your on-the-go listening. Soft oval ear tips for patentedcomfort Of course, Vlad knows that just because they’re the first to use this new Bluetooth chip, soon other companies will have access. But those other earbudswon’t includeKlipsch’s patented oval ear tips. Klipsch includes three sizes of these soft silicone earbud coversthatslide in easily and comfortably. I find they avoid pressure points and create one of the best noise-isolating seals out there – crucial for getting solid bass response. On my tour of Klipsch HQ, I saw firsthand that theydidn’t just stumble onto this design.Vlad pulled out severaltackle-boxes full of rubber-ish molds of actual people’s ear canals. “Back in 2007, we were looking for a common similarity among different ear types,” he said. “And we noticed an oval cross section in each mold – no matter the size.” A thoughtful in-ear fit Klipsch’s Vlad Grodzinskiy shows off the streamlined in-ear design of the T5 True Wireless earbuds. During their 2007 study of human ear shapes, Klipsch learned that they needed to stay within strict size guidelines to make a comfortable ear tip. The drivers used in the T5 True Wireless earbudnozzles houses are pushing the limits. So we engineered a nozzle that has a little step’ in it, said Vlad. And that step’ lets you insert the ear tip directly, butted up into the nozzle. And it snaps in.That means those oval ear tips have even more room and are more malleable, for even better comfort and sound. A cool retro-styled case Another display of Klipsch’s thoughtfulness? The T5’s metal recharging case. Like most true wireless headphones, the earbuds sit inside the case to refuel. But Klipsch gave the case the fun, familiar design of a classic lighter. Its substantial lid and powerful magnets help keep the headphones in place, so you can be sure your earbuds are secured and charging. And the hinged lid opens and closes with a satisfying snap.

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