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Slide headphones never get tangled 01.09.2014

What technical solution should be taken as a basis in order to create interesting in-ear headphones? It seems that users do not always appreciate the exclusively musical component of such devices, and often they are also guided by the ergonomics of the product when buying.

The authors of the Slide startup did not rely on the uniqueness of the sound of their headset, excellent noise isolation, wide stage, deep bass and "warm tube sound". The idea of ​​the developers is based on the convenience of using headphones, namely, on the implementation of a proprietary patented way to save music lovers from constantly tangled wires.

Of course, potential buyers could save money by reading the British physicist's research and finding a way to minimize cable tangles. However, if there is a more efficient, less time-consuming and reliable alternative, then why not take advantage of it? This is how the idea of ​​fixing the wires according to the principle of a zipper with the help of a special clamp-clip appeared, which turns two separate cables into one solid one. Typically, such a toothless zipper is used in stationery envelopes and files.

As for the convenience of attaching the earbuds directly in the ear, thanks to the ComfortFit2 system, which provides for the location of the rubber nozzle at an angle with respect to the main structure, you can securely and comfortably place the earbuds in the ear without fear of falling out while running or playing sports. The ZBX High Performance Drivers speaker will be responsible for the sound quality.

Slide can perform the functions of a classic headset for a mobile phone - there is also a control panel with a basic set of functions and a microphone located on the wire.

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