To transfer data in the required quality, the headphones use Wi-Fi (Full Fidelity Wi-Fi), although they can also work via Bluetooth, but here you have to put up with loss in quality. The company says the headphones allow you to listen to lossless high-resolution music at up to 24-bit/96kHz.
The headphones are based on 40 mm titanium drivers. A certain dual-core processor and 1 GB of RAM are responsible for sound processing, and the headphones also have a three-axis gyroscope, the same accelerometer, compass and a nine-axis motion sensor. You can also note the presence of 16 GB of its own flash memory for storing music.
Autonomy, despite the dimensions of the headphones, is quite modest: 6-8 hours. But this is a problem with all headphones using Wi-Fi. The manufacturer does not disclose dimensions and weight.
A proprietary application for work is available for both iOS and Android. Headphones cost $2200.