For portable audio, wireless is truly the way to go. It’s the route of future audio applications, and the number of audio devices going wireless is strongly increasing. With the rising demand for wireless audio, many companies are keeping up by creating a pair of truly wireless headphones designed to work with a variety of devices. A new kind of headphones promises to elevate the audio listening experience by providing a snug and comfortable fit as well as a well-rounded acoustic performance. Meet the crazybaby Air, the world’s first wireless stereo headphones that feature carbon nanotube technology.
The Air is developed from the ground up to take conventional high-end wired audio experience into a sleek, wireless form. What it does is that it aims to provide a rich listening experience in a pair of wireless headphones without taking bulk. Putting in some of the latest advancements in audio technology and materials, this pair wants to be your go-to headphones in every way possible. Going head-to-head with the likes of Apple’s AirPods and Bragi, Air breathes new life to the usual headphones by taking smart technologies into a form that’s unprecedented in the tech world.
The Air uses a speaker driver diaphragm using carbon nanotubes. This is far from the usual tiny audio drivers found in most headphones, as it uses an array of carbon nanotubes with a thickness of just 2 microns per strand. This “weave” acts to deliver a balanced sound with well-defined lows, mids, and highs. Adding to the carbon nanotube diaphragm is the custom-developed 5.2mm speaker which pairs perfectly with the carbon nanotube’s thin yet durable design. In addition, the speaker driver works even in certain wet conditions like rain or sweat from exercise, thanks to its IPX6 waterproof certification.
Using a custom audio processing chip, it delivers true wireless audio without the flaws usually found in other similar pairs. Equipped with Bluetooth 4.2, Air can stream high-fidelity audio with a wide frequency range of 8-24,000 Hz without distorting audio quality. A built-in microphone with active noise cancellation allows for clear voice calls – you can bid goodbye to hissing noises and clicks during wireless phone calls over other headphones. Worried about battery life? Air is rated to deliver continuous wireless playback for up to 15 hours on a single charge, or up to 20 hours of talk time. It’s hard to believe that this pair can stream your audio for this long within a tiny chassis.
Air comes in a sleek metal pod which serves two purposes. It conveniently and stylishly keeps the pair intact, while also recharging the battery while on the go. When you’re home and ready to retire at night, the case will also charge your headphones’ battery via a micro-USB connection.
As a result of countless hours of audio research and development, the crazybaby Air is a manifestation that wireless is truly the future of audio. Offering a true wireless audio experience, ergonomic fit for all wearing conditions, and a variety of smart audio technologies, this sleek pair is a solid step towards the shift to the next era of portable audio.