When it comes to personal audio and related electronics, technology has come a long way. Gone are the days of mono and stereo headsets with long cumbersome cords and static clarity.
The new era of headphones, earplugs and associated technology is lightyears ahead of their predecessors, bringing a broad range of quality improvements to front and center stage.
The next generation of headphones are flooding the market, and Audio-Test Online is here to provide consumers with the best information, reviews, customer feedback and support needed to make the decision that will bring music to their ears (literally).
In the past, there wasn’t much to talk about when it came to headphones. Stereo quality or Dolby digital surround sound was about the best you could hope for. Now, the options are virtually endless.
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With new products coming out daily it’s often hard for consumers to know where to turn for high quality information on the latest and greatest in the world of headphones. Audio Test Online aims to eliminate that problem, providing their readership with a broad range of information, news, customer feedback and reviews on the hottest headphone products to hit the market.
With their new site launch, their platform is set to grow and expand with continually added fresh content and relevant information for visitors.
The Headphones of the Future are Here
Audio-test.Online takes us through some of the key features they help review for customers including:
Noise cancelling headphones have come a long way, from slightly muffling sounds to creating a virtual world of silence when placed over your ears. These impressive sets fully immerse the listener into music or other audio they are listening to.
Wireless / Bluetooth Enabled Headphones
By no means new, these functional and sporty headphones are perfect for fitness or business activities where you need to move around a lot. Not to mention they eliminate the hassle of cords and wires getting caught and tangled up.
Over-Ear Headphones: two main types
Closed Back Headphones – The majority of headphones on the market are of the closed back type, which is to say that the outer parts of the headphone cups have a hard sturdy enclosure around them. Closed back headphones generally provide more sound reduction and are meant to isolate you from the outside world, providing an experience less like a concert hall and more like a “band playing in your head”.
Open Back Headphones – these headphones generally can be heard softly by those around you (depending on the volume) and likewise, you can generally hear ambient noises around you. This mixture creates an experience of an open sound such as if the band was playing in the room versus in your head, and in some cases this makes the experience more realistic.
In-Ear Headphones / Earphones
These headphones, or more aptly named earphones, are lightweight, ergonomically designed, and generally more affordable. They are also better used during activities where you’ll be moving around a lot, such as exercising or working.
If you’re looking for something in-between tiny earbuds and large bulky over-ear headphones, “on-ear” headphones might be just what you need, helping you enjoy the best of both worlds. On ear headphones typically have headphones large enough to produce hi-fi sound, while also being compact enough to store and travel with ease.
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Audio-Test Online aims to take on the highly competitive and technologically expanding market of headphones, bringing a new perspective and loads of beneficial information to visitors seeking out the best reviews and feedback on the top headphones to hit the market.
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