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The Best Wireless Bluetooth Headphones For Lag-Free Listening

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* Low-latency Bluetooth technology prevents lag between visual and audio
* Backup system switches to battery power when internal power runs out
* Critically-acclaimed high-fidelity soundstage for premium listening 

Few things are as mind-numbingly frustrating as having your video and audio out of sync with each other. Alas, that’s the price you’ll usually have to pay when you choose the mobile-lifestyle-accommodating freedom that comes with wireless Bluetooth headphones, which almost invariably experience significant latency. The thing is, you shouldn’t have to, and thanks to Pendulumic, you don’t. Introducing the brand’s TACH T1 Wireless Bluetooth Low Latency Headphones, the nomadic audiophile’s best friend.

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The TACH T1 combines the pristine quality of high fidelity audio with cutting-edge Bluetooth wireless technology that renders any lag time virtually imperceptible.

When you combine that with the T1’s industry-exclusive backup power system, which automatically switches to AAA battery once the internal one runs out, you’re looking at up to 25 hours of flawless low-latency listening.

More than just a collection of techy buzzwords personified, the T1 also offers a sleek design, featuring Pendulumic’s unmistakable control dial on each side, making it exceedingly easy to control the volume on your headphones and navigate your playlist. As if that weren’t enough, each T1 comes with the dual sharing feature, so you and another T1 user can listen to the same soundtrack or watch the same show together, without disturbing anyone else around. When you consider all of these features, it’s clear the T1 defines the phrase, “easy listening.”

  

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