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Lightning in-ear noise-cancelling headphones? Yes, please!

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Lightning in-ear noise-cancelling headphones? Yes, please!

Pioneer's new In-ear Lightning-connected noise-cancelling headphones: Will they are living as much as the hyphens?

Pioneer's latest pair of headphones — the Rayz and Rayz Plus — are critically intriguing. They appear stunning and they seem like full of options like noise-canceling or even a significant other app. Check out the promo video to peer all of the chocolates Pioneer has incorporated.

Let's unpack one of the most issues which are in that video.

The very first thing to get directly is there are two other variations of the Pioneer Rayz and the only proven within the video is the Rayz Plus, which has a charging port at the cable itself permitting you to rate your iPhone when you pay attention.

2d factor, that most of the options — together with the noise-canceling— would require the spouse app which is a loose obtain with acquire. The app additionally lets you program the headsets "sensible button", which can be utilized for one-press get entry to on your song. Plus, the app has a integrated EQ that has a few presets or even a customized mode, so you'll be able to modify how the Rayz sound at the move.

Finally, Pioneer has packed in some options which might be in point of fact harking back to AirPods, like Auto-Pause, which pauses your audio while you take away probably the most earpieces out of your ear.

As of presently, there does not appear to be any place to buy the Rayz or Rayz Plus — $99.95 and $149.95 respectively — even Pioneer's own website for the Rayz ship you to OneCall the place they're lately out of inventory. Expectantly, we will be able to update you quickly on when they are going to be to be had.

What do you assume?

I need to know what you take into consideration the Rayz and Rayz Plus. Depart a remark down under!


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