Satellite Headphones Aim to be the High Def Personal Audio System You Have to Have

Blue Microphones, Satellite

Photos Credit: Blue Microphones

Blue Microphonelatest product, Satellite, features a cutting-edge tech, high-quality audiophile experience that syncs wirelessly with your phone, to function as a "personal audio system." Having a conversation has never sounded so good, becuase now you can do it in high def, with comfy headphones.

Satellite, Blue Microphones

According to John Maier, CEO of Blue, "Traditional noise-cancelling headphones use one pair of drivers for both audio and ANC, which compromises sound quality. Satellite uses separate, dedicated ANC drivers so that our dedicated audio drivers and audiophile amp can deliver high-fidelity sound for no-compromise wireless listening." One can see the mesh for the face of two separate speakers in each ear of the headphones, and can appreciate the design even more after listening to some good tunes. I personally had the opportunity to compare Satellite with my current studio headphones, and the difference is night and day, with Satellite delivering on the hype.

Blue Microphones, Satellite

The ear pads of Satellite form a cup around each ear to effectively eliminate noise, and they delivers on silencing unwanted exterior distractions. Once in the headphone zone, they will pair wirelessly to your computer or phone to connect to the grid. With the built-in microphone, you can spend hours enjoying phone calls and music. The battery life provides 24 hours between charges, or up to eight hours of amplified sound and active noise-cancelling drivers. Coming from heritage of sound appreciation and engineering, I consider the Satellite to be a must-try if high-quality audio is a priority for you.


Brandon Driver

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