Blue Microphone goes wireless with those stunning taking a look cans!
At CES 2017, Blue Microphones, the corporate that perfected the virtual studio mic, unveiled their Satellite wireless headphones with a integrated amp and two separate drivers for each and every ear. Should you have been taking a look at me at this time, you would see drool dripping from my chin.
Satellite makes use of Bluetooth 4.1 and Apt-X to glue wirelessly for your tool. The over-the-ear headphones are designed for convenience, comfort, and noise-canceling.
Satellite options thick cushioned acoustic ear cups and a cushy inner headscarf. Additionally they fold flat so you'll be able to retailer them comfortably on your backpack or gig bag. They appear completely stunning.
As for sound, Blue makes use of two separate drivers in each and every ear cup, one for hi-fi audio and one for noise cancellation. Plus, Satellite has an analog amplifier constructed inside of to bump up the low finish of your songs. It is like taking note of vinyl data the best way Grandpa used to, however a lot cooler, and extra moveable, and higher taking a look.
Simply should you do need to in reality pay attention to vinyl data or tapes (sure, a few of us nonetheless do this), Satellite comes with a three-meter headphone cable that you'll be able to hook up with non-Bluetooth stereos.
I have been an enormous fan of Blue's line of microphones. The corporate makes nice studio-quality virtual mics that even have a taste all their very own. They have got a type of unfashionable glance that rings a bell in my memory of a antique Vox amp. So lovely. I have by no means used Blue's stressed out headphones: Lola Passive or Lola Powered, but when the corporate makes headphones as just right as they make microphones, then I'll love Satellite.
Blue Microphone hasn't introduced a value for the Satellite headphones, however the corporate did observe that they are going to be to be had someday in 2017. I will be able to't wait.