Apollo Next Base SDV1002 Specifications, Tests and Review

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Apollo Next Base SDV1002 Full Specifications and Details

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Product Type Headphones - infrared - wireless
Weight 186 g Worse than 57 % of headphones rated.
Bluetooth Range (Operating Distance) 10 m Worse than 59 % of headphones rated.

The wireless headphones Apollo Next Base SDV1002 allow unrestricted movement, which increases the comfort of using the headphones. This feature is particularly popular with headphones for casual use. However, a certain limiting factor of wireless headphones compared to wired ones is a certain delay in sound transmission between the source and the headphones (but almost indistinguishable for the average user) and the need for regular charging. Unlike wired headphones, wireless headphones are charged separately. The maximum range of the headphones is up to 10 m. This range represents the distance from the sound source at which the headphones with wireless sound transmission can be used. However, the maximum range may be affected by obstacles such as walls or people, etc.

This type of headphones has a design that surrounds the entire ear to improve isolation from external noise. As a result, they provide a great quality of listening without interference. However, unlike on-ear headphones, they are usually heavier and less suitable for frequent wearing. The weight of the headphones is 186 g.

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SOUND QUALITY Apollo Next Base SDV1002
Headphones Form Factor Full size
Connectivity Technology Wireless
Wireless Technology Infrared
Sound Output Mode Stereo
Diaphragm Mylar - 40 mm Better than 78 % of headphones rated.

The sound quality can be affected by many factors.

The headphones are composed of many various components, one of the most important is the diaphragm. Diaphragm transforms the electrical signal into sound and therefore its quality affects the overall listening experience. There are three types of diaphragms: thin, medium-thick, and thicker. A thin 6 mm thick diaphragm responds quickly to high frequencies but less sensitively to bass. The medium-thick 10 mm diaphragm provides a balanced sound profile, allowing you to enjoy both bass and treble. The thicker 20 mm diaphragm is more sensitive to higher frequencies but has a poorer bass response. These headphones are equipped with the Mylar - 40 mm.

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Battery Type 2 x battery - AAA type
OTHERS Apollo Next Base SDV1002
Included Accessories IR receiver

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