Bluetooth 4.2 is supported by both headphones and the AAC codec, but the H9 doesn’t support aptX or LDAC. The Beoplay H9i, however, is superior to the Beoplay H9 and supports Bluetooth aptX.

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With the A50, you can only use wireless technology, while the A40 is wired and has an open-back design. Compared with the open-back A40, the A50’s sound profile is well-balanced, but its soundstage isn’t as spacious. A40 is the better choice if you don’t want to be constrained by battery life.

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Connectivity options, controls, and headphone audio quality can be considered the three main differences between the Arctis 7+ and Arctis 9. With the included USB-C dongle, the Arctis 7+ can be used wired or wirelessly, but the Arctis 9 features dual wireless connectivity.

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The Arctis 7+ only has a chat/game mix wheel on the right ear cup. In place of the chat/game mixer, you’ll find a mic sidetone volume wheel on the 7P+.

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SteelSeries Arctis 5 2019 Edition headphones provide better gaming audio than SteelSeries Arctis 3 2019 Edition headphones since they can be configured and controlled via the SteelSeries Engine software, which offers plenty of customization options.

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Between the two models, you can wear the HD 650 for a bit longer than the HD 600 since they are more comfortable, which is the most significant difference. Both headphones have equally good sound quality, though the HD 650 has a bit more bass and less treble. However, it is challenging to tell by listening alone.

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BlackShark V2 X gaming headphones offer some improvements over the Kraken X. They deliver bass and treble more consistently, are more comfortable, and leak less sound than Kraken X headphones.

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Compared to the HyperX Cloud 2/Cloud II, the HyperX Cloud Alpha is slightly better. There’s a lot of similarity between the Cloud II and Alpha, both of which have a detachable boom mic that can be used casually, though the Cloud II has a slightly better mic overall.

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Well, they aren’t the safest of technologies like manufacturers promote them but they also shouldn’t harm you if you use them in a responsible manner. The maximum damage they can cause is headache, due to their design if you use them for a long time, or they can cause you some skin irritation if they rest for too long on the skin above your ears.

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make sure that volume isn’t too high and you don’t listen to loud music for a longer period of time. Scientists recommend that the maximum volume should not be more than 60 percent. If people around you can hear what you are listening to in your headphones, that’s an alarming sign.

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Yes, they do work with earplugs. The way of operating for bone conduction headphones is to send the vibrations to the bones in your ears, instead of sending the sound waves to your ears, like the traditional headphones. The method of operating enables the bone conduction headphones to work with earplugs.

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The Razer BlackShark V2 is a better gaming headset than the Razer BlackShark V2 X. They have a more balanced sound profile, and their boom mic can be detached.

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