Earbuds could be the tech gadgets that are least luminated. Things started to change since 2015, a couple of laser headphones popped up on the market (on Kickstarter and Indiegogo). Glow – the First Smart earbuds with Laser Light.
But so far the appeal of glowing headphones hasn’t drew a substantial attention to consumers. It just remains as a niche.
If you walk down the street or go out for a party with a glowing earbuds it’s just another way to have a fun night out and and probably it’s not just about the hype, but the look and sound as well.
Meizu launched the Halo Laser G20 (499RMB, $70) in China in 2018.
Meizu’s first light up earbuds are not just a stylish lighting effect, but it has a solid connection and delivers great sound quality for a Bluetooth headphone.
The loop for over – ear wear and earhooks for a secure fit are clearly for running or any kinds of active
Earbuds that hook over your ears – It glows and flashes with music beatsJosiah – TheBestEarbuds.com
Meizu Halo Laser G20 glow headphones’ highlights
- Meizu Halo Laser G20 is the find kind of Bluetooth glowing earbuds
- To light up the cable – it uses solid Core Side Glow Fibers
- Support Qualcomm® aptX™ audio technology (Bluetooth 4.1)
- A good feature for staying safe while running at night
- Companion app Meizu Hallo (Android, iOS) allows you to adjust the glowing intensity (0-100%)
- Use Solid Core Side Glow Fibers and OSRAM laser diode as light source. This ensures the consistant and bright light.
- 10mm dynamic Driver delivers clear and sweet mid-range, rich and dyamic bass.
- Impedance: 16Ω
- Frequency range: 20Hz – 20kHz
- Battery life: 5 hours with laser light on and 15 hours for listening music with laser light off (with 360mAh battery capacity)
A few things to note before you want to buy the Halo Laser G20. The earbuds attaches to a box (which I think to hold all possible hardwares, Bluetooth PCBA and battery). There is no Y-split 2 earbuds are linked by a cable worn behind the head, the earbuds stay snugly and evely in the ear.