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.
With that in mind, here are the best alternative Lightning headphones for your iPhone devices according to Mac World.
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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