, author: Ermakova M.

The world's first wireless headphones for listening to Lossless Audio

Hed introduced the Unity, the world's first wireless headphones to offer lossless sound.

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.