Here’s a question I’d never thought to ask before: Can the way a set of true wireless earbuds are manufactured affect how they perform, or how they fit?
After all, one assumes that all of the other variables — the internal electronics, the drivers that emit the sound, the wireless chips — must play a role. So too would the ergonomics of an earbud’s shape — which is why some models simply fit better than others.
Harmoniq Labs believes that the manufacturing technique — specifically 3D printing — can have a profound effect on audio quality and comfort, and its proof of concept is the Lytte (pronounced “lit”) Harmoniq, a set of true wireless earbuds the company is crowdfunding on Indiegogo . Simon Cohen / Digital Trends Unusual build The intricately shaped, gloss-black earbuds don’t impress when you examine their specifications on paper — five hours of battery life, […]
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