In this modern day and age, there are still those of us who enjoy a good pair of in-ear headphones that provide high-quality sound for a cheap price. Xiaomi’s headphones promise both of those things in a neat, modern packaging that should appeal to most tech enthusiasts. The Xiaomi Hybrid headphones aren’t just headphones, as they are hybrid dual drivers, which aim to improve sound quality and comfort at the same time.
In-ear headphones like these ones from Xiaomi, which you can now buy for only $24 from BangGood, do pose some concerns for certain people who find that no matter how much they try to mix and match covers, in-ear headphones usually ended up bothering them. Xiaomi’s design makes use of moving coils and a flexible body that will allow users position the headphones according to their own ears, so that they don’t fall out or bother the wearer.
The design of the Xiaomi Hybrid earphones isn’t much to notice, but the Chinese company has put a lot of thought into turning the affordable device into something worthwhile. Dual drivers, moving coils and moving irons within components provide the earphones with strong bass, a lot of volume and high-quality sound. While they won’t be comparable to studio headphones, they will be good options for those who spend a lot of their time commuting or listening to music on their phones or other devices.
The Xiaomi Hybrid earphones come with a noise-reducing mic, control buttons on the wire, which is actually made of kevlar to prevent breakage or damage. I’m sure many of you are familiar with the half-earphones, which are the old earphones whose jack doesn’t work right and you can only listen to one earphone. These Xiaomi ones are supposed to bypass such issues with the kevlar wire coating.
For $24, these earphones might not offer too much style, but they do offer high-quality audio, comfortable design and easy-to-use access buttons for calls or controlling music. If wired earphones are your thing and you appreciate the kevlar resistance of the ones Xiaomi released, these might be a good option for you. How many of you still prefer wired earphones over wireless and Bluetooth ones?