kef mu3 review | kef earbuds
UK audio master just launched the KEF Mu3 true wireless earphones the company’s first set of kef earbuds that included noise canceling feature that designed by Ross Lovegrove – of KEF’s high-end Muon speakers and bijou Bluetooth Muo fame – and engineered by the firm’s Maidstone acoustic team.
sees KEF celebrating its 60th anniversary too, so why not mark it with some new high-spec true wireless earbuds.
- Active Noise cancelling
- IPX5 technology
- Charging case with built in Wireless charging
KEF promises a simple setup, automatic pairing, and an ambient mode too, where at the touch of a button active noise cancellation is disengaged and instead, the audio picked up on the microphones is filtered in, providing the wearer with instant awareness of their surroundings. The IPX5 splash-proof rating actually beats the AirPods Pro’s IPX4 rating for water ingress and the high-capacity, quick-charge batteries boast a full day’s listening (a claimed nine hours of playtime with a further 15 hours in the charging case) even with noise cancellation engaged.
Complete KEF Mu3 Review
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Mu3 gives 4 sets of silicone ear tips of all sizes for every type of ear structure. They are giving with warranty if any technical problem found but I don’t think because British firm hundred times of trails and testing before launching its very first earbuds. They include additional 15 hours of the backup charging case with USB-C type charging support (cool). Mu3 super lightweight with just 5.8 Gram
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They’ll be available by the end of February, Going to be a slap bang in AirPods Pro and Sony WF-1000XM3 territory. Are they set to become the best AirPods alternatives on the block? There’s tough competition at that level, but we’re very interested to find out.
What you should know about KEF Mu3 true wireless earphones
- When buying earbuds, one of the first things to hit the chopping block is build quality and general R&D. Isolation improvements can be made, however, by using third-party ear tips.
- Noise-induced hearing loss is a real threat to our eardrums when listening with cheap earbuds. We may be inclined to pump up the volume, compensating for poor frequency response. Doing so repeatedly could irrevocably damage your hearing.
- You might need an amp or a better DAC if you’re going to spend hundreds of dollars on a pair of headphones, but that isn’t the case here. You don’t need any of that stuff for anything on this list.
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