For a while now, the big headphones have come back into fashion and everyone claims that they enhance the audio quality and that they are more stylish than the small and plain ones. This particular wireless headset does all that, better than the rest, and more.
The new wireless headset designed by Philippe Starck belongs to the brand Parrot Zik and it has everything: noise control, a touch panel and sensors of all types. What’s more, there are five microphones and a powerful digital signal processor. Once you try them you will understand the difference as you will feel a kind of amazing sensory experience.
It is as if the music was performed right in front of you, just like when you go to the auditorium to listen to a concert. In addition, it is equipped with technology that is able to remove the background noise. Put them on and you will realise how much the noise alters what you listen to. You haven’t heard about its most amazing feature yet. The headphones are equipped with a sensor pad located on the left earphone does not only detect but also analyzes the vibrations of the jawbone when we talk! This is so that the headset can measure speech distortion before the ambient noise.
These wireless headphones are designed as an extension to smartphones. Access to the functions of your panel is also very intuitive. Loudness is adjusted by moving a finger vertically on the surface of the right earphone. To move from one song to another, you have to move your finger horizontally. If you’re listening to music while the phone rings, giving two touches the right earpiece, you accept the call. If you keep the pressure, the call is then rejected. If you want a pause time from your music, simply push the headphone back, dropping it around your neck. You do not have to push any buttons. As you return them to your head, the music resumes.
Despite its simple and unassuming design, these wireless headphones seem to have been created to merge with the human body, as if they were an extension or appendage. The surface is soft, leathery and sensual and contrasts with the skeleton of headphones that is metal. Apparently, they are compatible with all brands of smartphones and the audio works with Bluetooth or via cable, you can plug them to all audio and video systems.
Some objects that may seem commonplace in appearance, but are a sensitive subject, full of sensors that seem to merge with the body to be able to listen to music in a completely different way!