The Best Lightning Headphones For Your iPhone 7 And 7 Plus
A lot of people were not amused when Apple decided to take out the 3.5mm headphone jack from the iPhone 7 and 7 Plus and probably for future devices as well. Although, Apple did include an adapter so people may still use their traditional headphones on their devices. Besides, having a digital connector allows you to listen to high-res 24-bit audio, which is comparable to the master recordings produced in studios.
There are two versions of this headphone, open and closed back with a wooden finish and a Titanium model. The latter includes Audeze's special Cipher cable that has the Lightning interface and a DAC that supports high-res 24-bit audio.
You may order the headphone here for $799.
This is Audeze's first set of smaller in-ear headphones and the sound it produces is very impressive according to the report. It includes both a Lightning cable and the traditional 3.5mm cable so you may use it to non-Apple devices.
You can order it here for $599.
A Lightning interface provides enough power to provide noise-cancellation features without using a separate battery, which makes this headphone extremely light and compact. You may also adjust the noise-cancelling feature to as much or little as you may think be fit.
You can order here for $179.
What makes these headphones different is its rugged cabling which is flat, to prevent tangling and increased stress on the wires inside. The usual price is $149 but now it's on sale on Amazon for $20.
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