Despite what you might think the name isn8217;t a health condition but instead is defined as an 8220;abnormal love of music8221; 8211; it8217;s also the name of the live music venue on the ground floor of Cambridge Audio’s London office.
Designed to be worn in all conditions, they8217;ll naturally be compared to the Apple AirPods 8211; they do have a favourable price compared to the Pods at $130/£120, while they also smash Apple8217;s super convenient in-ears for battery life at nine hours, with 36 extra hours in the charging case (yes, that8217;s 45 hours in total).
That alone is enough to give them plenty of consideration and you8217;d expect they have decent sound quality, too, with 5.8mm drivers that even incorporate graphene in the diaphragms 8211; we8217;re looking forward to giving them a spin ourselves.
They8217;ve also got the latest Bluetooth 5.0 and aptX so you8217;ll get the best sound whatever device you8217;re using them with.
One of the best features is that aforementioned protection against water and sweat- IPX5 certification. While there are obviously other great fitness headphones, there aren8217;t vast numbers of sweatproof true wireless headphones.