That little battery icon at the top right corner of your phone can be your best friend or your worst enemy, depending on what your battery percentage is. Charging your phone every night is a habit for most of us, but what about charging your wireless earbuds?
Though we’d rather not admit it, we all have earwax. It’s a natural part of life. Every ear comes with earwax. But sometimes, that natural thing can be, well, gross. And when it comes to earbuds, the last thing you want is a gross earbud tip in your ear as you listen to Lady Gaga’s newest hit.
As the air gets chillier and the leaves turn, there’s one thing on countless American minds: football!
We all love music, whether it’s classical or hard rock. After all, one of the biggest factors in buying earbuds is how your music sounds coming through.
Sometimes, though it may frustrate us, the volume on our wireless earbuds can be low. Not just ‘low’ like we want our music in the background, but ‘low’ as in we try to rock out but can’t because we can’t hear the music.
Not all wireless earbuds are created equal. In fact, some don’t even have microphones. This can be a problem, especially if you’re a college student or business professional who values the convenience of speaking without holding your phone to your ear.
Deciding on a pair of earbuds can be tough, especially when you don’t know what all the jargon means. What is an IP rating anyway? Lucky for you, we have an answer to that.
IP stands for ‘Ingress Protection,’ and can tell you how protected your earbuds are. Every IP rating comes with the letters ‘IP’ and a number. For example, Rowkin earbuds rank in with an IPX5 rating.
Again, what exactly does that mean?
When you look for earbuds or headphones, there are usually a few factors you consider. Sound clarity and quality is for sure one of them! Then, there’s the convenience factor and the absolute lack of audio lag. Lucky for you, Rowkin earbuds use all of these factors to make every song a premium audio experience.
True wireless earbuds are the wave of the music-listening future. Like Pinocchio (and Ultron) they've got no strings to hold them down, they've got no strings on them. Zero wires equals total convenience and total control of your earbud experience.
But not every pair of wireless earbuds is as good as the next one. You need to consider many factors before purchasing the pair that's best for you.
Ask yourself: what do YOU want out of your earbuds? Keep that in mind when pondering the following:
You may be confused by how "wireless" earbuds aren't actually wireless, but "true wireless" ones are. "What's the difference?" you may be asking.
As it turns out, there are several key differences, and they all point to true wireless earbuds being superior in every way. Read on to learn both the difference between the two and why true wireless is the way to go.
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