Meters Music has introduced their new M-Ears Bluetooth headphones, a compact pair of wireless in-ear headphones designed in collaboration with Adam Clayton.

The M-Ears Bluetooth use AptX HD Bluetooth technology, allowing any compatible device to deliver up to 24-bit, High Definition (HD) audio, – ‘better than CD’ – direct to your headphones and without the need for a cable.

The sound performance of the M-Ears Bluetooth was developed in close collaboration with world-famous musician Adam Clayton. Speaking of his creative partnership with the Meters team, he said, “I love the Ashdown team’s approach to sound. I’ve been using their bass amps in the studio and on tour for years now, and the sound I get from them is superb. So, I was very happy to work with them on the development and tuning of their new ‘M-Ears’ headphones.”

The M-Ears Bluetooth feature smart leather styling, and four colour options – Black, Tan, Red and Rose-Gold. They utilise magnets that clip the two earbuds together when you’re not using them. These magnets are strong enough to hang on the back of your neck while not in use, for a completely tangle-free headphones experience and very easy transitions when you’re using them while running or exercising at the gym.

The M-Ears Bluetooth headphones have three function keys for adjusting volume, skipping racks, play/pausing and answering calls. A charge LED indicator and a micro USB charger input (which can also be used as an audio output for wired use) are also included.

 

 

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