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by:Keyuan     2020-07-03
First of all, I would like to say that it is very stupid to buy a pair of headphones for $200.
Buy very decent headphones for around $20, and it is possible to buy very good headphones for less than $100.
I know this is because)
I bought, lost, and destroyed a bunch of embarrassing headphones over the years, B)
I have children.
Sometimes I feel like I have left the whole industry in business.
But I recently bought an Apple-made wireless Bluetooth headset-
Desperate to be enslaved by whose high-priced products
Changed my life.
They look stupid and don\'t have amazing sound quality, expensive as I mentioned.
They bring me more happiness than anything without life. Why?
Because they work.
It seems like a simple thing to do, but my wireless headset is basically disappointing so far.
In addition to being more expensive than regular headphones, the sound quality is usually bad, and they are known to be very picky.
Connection issues can cause the sound to be cut off in the most maddening way, and battery life can take away my music at the worst.
When you\'re as deformed as you are, rock can be the difference between finishing exercise and crashing into a pile of sweat --stained tears.
However, it seems that Apple AirPods has solved all of these issues.
The headset is paired with my iPhone and automatically seamlessly connects every time. Every time.
Switching between devices is also easy, which bothers other wireless headphones I have --
Caused a series of pairs and non-pairs, resulting in smashy-
A little frustrated.
The only thing I don\'t like other than the wireless headset is the wired headset.
As a passionate person
I spent the rest of my life-
From my young yellow Sony Sports Walkman to my wife\'s luxurious headset with sheepskin ear pads --
Untie yourself from the terrible rope.
Since I was unable to manage a simple range of rubber, I spilled drinks, ruined the headphone jack, and often hanged accidentallycoated wires.
They are a curse to me.
Of course, AirPods solved the problem.
And created some other people of their own.
First of all, they look a little silly, like a toothbrush sticking out of your ear.
They\'re easy too.
Some kind of recognizable symbol for conspicuous consumption, a mark that indicates Yes, I am the kind of person who spends too much money on headphones. (
It will be worse if you talk to them on the phone in public. )
They will fall out of your ears.
Like all Apple headsets, they have a unique shape and smooth texture that works for some people but definitely doesn\'t work for others.
I\'m somewhere in the spectrum and I use them to enhance my fit when I really need silicone plugins (
Like when I\'m jogging slowly).
I don\'t recommend anyone to buy Apple AirPods because they are really expensive. I did —
Even though I\'m a little shy to admit it.
I don\'t regret it at all.
I spent a lot of money, but I\'m a rope.
Free, every penny is worth it.
Drew Edwards listened to 1960s jazz, 1990s rap and Beyonce music. Don\'t judge.
He can reach @ drewedwards. ca.
First of all, I would like to say that it is very stupid to buy a pair of headphones for $200.
Buy very decent headphones for around $20, and it is possible to buy very good headphones for less than $100.
I know this is because)
I bought, lost, and destroyed a bunch of embarrassing headphones over the years, B)
I have children.
Sometimes I feel like I have left the whole industry in business.
But I recently bought an Apple-made wireless Bluetooth headset-
Desperate to be enslaved by whose high-priced products
Changed my life.
They look stupid and don\'t have amazing sound quality, expensive as I mentioned.
They bring me more happiness than anything without life. Why?
Because they work.
When you\'re as deformed as you are, rock can be the difference between finishing exercise and crashing into a pile of sweat --stained tears.
It seems like a simple thing to do, but my wireless headset is basically disappointing so far.
In addition to being more expensive than regular headphones, the sound quality is usually bad, and they are known to be very picky.
Connection issues can cause the sound to be cut off in the most maddening way, and battery life can take away my music at the worst.
When you\'re as deformed as you are, rock can be the difference between finishing exercise and crashing into a pile of sweat --stained tears.
However, it seems that Apple AirPods has solved all of these issues.
The headset is paired with my iPhone and automatically seamlessly connects every time. Every time.
Switching between devices is also easy, which bothers other wireless headphones I have --
Caused a series of pairs and non-pairs, resulting in smashy-
A little frustrated.
The only thing I don\'t like other than the wireless headset is the wired headset.
As a passionate person
I spent the rest of my life-
From my young yellow Sony Sports Walkman to my wife\'s luxurious headset with sheepskin ear pads --
Untie yourself from the terrible rope.
Since I was unable to manage a simple range of rubber, I spilled drinks, ruined the headphone jack, and often hanged accidentallycoated wires.
They are a curse to me.
Of course, AirPods solved the problem.
And created some other people of their own.
First of all, they look a little silly, like a toothbrush sticking out of your ear.
They\'re easy too.
Some kind of recognizable symbol for conspicuous consumption, a mark that indicates Yes, I am the kind of person who spends too much money on headphones. (
It will be worse if you talk to them on the phone in public. )
They will fall out of your ears.
Like all Apple headsets, they have a unique shape and smooth texture that works for some people but definitely doesn\'t work for others.
I\'m somewhere in the middle of the spectrum and I use them to enhance my fit when I really need silicone plugins (
Like when I\'m jogging slowly).
I don\'t recommend anyone to buy Apple AirPods because they are really expensive. I did —
Even though I\'m a little shy to admit it.
I don\'t regret it at all.
I spent a lot of money, but I\'m a rope.
Free, every penny is worth it.
Drew Edwards listened to 1960s jazz, 1990s rap and Beyonce music. Don\'t judge.
He can reach @ drewedwards. ca.
First of all, I would like to say that it is very stupid to buy a pair of headphones for $200.
Buy very decent headphones for around $20, and it is possible to buy very good headphones for less than $100.
I know this is because)
I bought, lost, and destroyed a bunch of embarrassing headphones over the years, B)
I have children.
Sometimes I feel like I have left the whole industry in business.
But I recently bought an Apple-made wireless Bluetooth headset-
Desperate to be enslaved by whose high-priced products
Changed my life.
They look stupid and don\'t have amazing sound quality, expensive as I mentioned.
They bring me more happiness than anything without life. Why?
Because they work.
When you\'re as deformed as you are, rock can be the difference between finishing exercise and crashing into a pile of sweat --stained tears.
It seems like a simple thing to do, but my wireless headset is basically disappointing so far.
In addition to being more expensive than regular headphones, the sound quality is usually bad, and they are known to be very picky.
Connection issues can cause the sound to be cut off in the most maddening way, and battery life can take away my music at the worst.
When you\'re as deformed as you are, rock can be the difference between finishing exercise and crashing into a pile of sweat --stained tears.
However, it seems that Apple AirPods has solved all of these issues.
The headset is paired with my iPhone and automatically seamlessly connects every time. Every time.
Switching between devices is also easy, which bothers other wireless headphones I have --
Caused a series of pairs and non-pairs, resulting in smashy-
A little frustrated.
The only thing I don\'t like other than the wireless headset is the wired headset.
As a passionate person
I spent the rest of my life-
From my young yellow Sony Sports Walkman to my wife\'s luxurious headset with sheepskin ear pads --
Untie yourself from the terrible rope.
Since I was unable to manage a simple range of rubber, I spilled drinks, ruined the headphone jack, and often hanged accidentallycoated wires.
They are a curse to me.
Of course, AirPods solved the problem.
And created some other people of their own.
First of all, they look a little silly, like a toothbrush sticking out of your ear.
They\'re easy too.
Some kind of recognizable symbol for conspicuous consumption, a mark that indicates Yes, I am the kind of person who spends too much money on headphones. (
It will be worse if you talk to them on the phone in public. )
They will fall out of your ears.
Like all Apple headsets, they have a unique shape and smooth texture that works for some people but definitely doesn\'t work for others.
I\'m somewhere in the middle of the spectrum and I use them to enhance my fit when I really need silicone plugins (
Like when I\'m jogging slowly).
I don\'t recommend anyone to buy Apple AirPods because they are really expensive. I did —
Even though I\'m a little shy to admit it.
I don\'t regret it at all.
I spent a lot of money, but I\'m a rope.
Free, every penny is worth it.
Drew Edwards listened to 1960s jazz, 1990s rap and Beyonce music. Don\'t judge.
He can reach @ drewedwards. ca.
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