Wireless headphones with Bluetooth connection are a useful accessory, and when choosing it, users often focus simply on the brand or popularity of compact speakers. The Padmate brand managed to raise over $3,000,000 for the production of PaMu TWS headphones on Indiegogo. New items in the original design with Bluetooth 5.0, water protection, autonomy up to 6 hours and a case of eco-leather have already gone on sale at a reduced price.
Padmate PaMu Scroll Plus
Features TWS-headphones - compact size (19.5 x 17 x 27 mm) and low weight: only 5 grams per headphone. At the same time, they sit securely in their ears due to silicone ear cushions, and their case is protected against water ingress according to the IPX6 standard - you can continue to listen to music even in the rain while jogging in the fresh air.
The headphone is connected to the sound source using the energy-efficient Bluetooth 5.0 module. One charge of built-in batteries, according to the manufacturer, is enough for 6 hours of continuous playback, a full charge from a complete case will take 2 hours. SBC, AAC, and Audiophile aptX codecs for uncompressed audio are supported.
You can control the playlist, answer incoming calls in headset mode and activate the voice assistant (Google Assistant or Siri) using the touch panel on the cups without removing the smartphone from your pocket. For convenience, the headphones automatically turn on when removed from the case and turn off when set to recharge.
Padmate PaMu Scroll T3
Wireless headphones based on the Airoha 1526P chip with support for the Bluetooth 5.0 standard can connect to a signal source at a distance of up to 10 meters. Thanks to the protection of the IPX6 case, the headphone can not be removed even in the shower, and one charge of the model’s battery is enough for a three-hour concert.
The 10-mm drivers are responsible for the sound quality of the new product, the popular SBC and AAC codecs are supported, and CVC noise reduction technology for the microphone is responsible for the quality of the phone conversation. Playback control and call of the voice assistant are carried out using touch panels on the body.