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Focal Sphear In-Ear Headphones Get Wireless

Focal just released Sphear Wireless, an around-the-neck Bluetooth earphone for $129. They follow the original Sphear (wired) in-ear headphones first released in 2015.

Focal Sphear Wireless combine high quality listening, comfort and freedom of movement with 8 hours of listening time. The company claims they produce excellent tonal balance, expert treble handling and plenty of dynamics. The sound is precise. The bass-reflex system is explosive, reproducing a controlled and realistic bass. And although it’s wireless, Sphear Wireless meets all connected listening needs thanks to their aptX compatible Bluetooth module.

A Choice of Listening Modes

Sphear Wireless has two listening modes to cater to all sound tastes: Neutral Mode, which is true to the original artistic work, and Loudness Mode, which lets you adjust to noisier settings. Thanks to the ergonomic 3-button remote control, it is easier than ever to customize the buttons and change the mode, in any situation.

Comfort and Sound Isolation

Sphear Wireless assumes the classic Focal Sphear design, with a namesake spherical layout that facilitates long listening sessions with zero discomfort. With their innovative shape designed by Focal engineers, the ear-buds are small, discreet and comfortable. And, to ensure they stay put in your ears and remain comfortable, there are two types of tips available: silicone or memory foam. Soft and fully insulating, the specially-designed tips contribute to a quality listening experience with no compromises.

Price and Availability

Focal Sphear Wireless in-ear headphones are available now for $129 at Amazon.com in four colors, black, blue, olive or purple.

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