Headphones features explained
Bluetooth lets you send music wirelessly to your headphones. Teufel Bluetooth headphones incorporate the latest Bluetooth technology and guarantee a clean, stable connection with minimal power consumption. Ranges of at least 10 metres are guaranteed. Video sound is transmitted lip-synchronously. The apt-X transmission codec ensures sound transmission in CD quality.
These Bluetooth earphones are called True Wireless. This is because, in addition to the wireless connection to the player, they also work without wiring between the left and right earphone. This means that these models are completely cable-free - true wireless and offer maximum freedom of movement and wearing comfort.
Teufel uses the effective active-noise cancelling method to reduce noise. Via microphones on the headphones, the noise is picked up from outside and played in phase-shifted. The level of noise is reduced. This works particularly well with low-frequency noise such as aircraft roar, hissing and humming.
Lining HD driver
All Teufel headphones use the linear HD drivers with neodymium magnets for the transducers developed here in Berlin. Every music genre is reproduced with a balanced sound and deep bass. Thanks to the low-impedance design, high, distortion-free volume levels are achieved at every playback device.
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