True Audiophiles avoid wireless peripherals on principle. Connectivity issues and subpar sound quality are enough to make them endure a few hours of music abstinence. However, the Ultrasone Go Bluetooth is changing that status quo. Introduced in 2015, the supra-aural mobile headphones were critically successful among travelling music afficianados. Now, Ultrasone has built upon that success, and is about to launch a bluetooth version of the headphones. Featuring the trademarked high resolution aptX codec, the Ultrasone Go Bluetooth will offer seamless connectivity and superior sound quality. Despite its relatively compact capsule, these wireless headphones are able to cover a range of 20Hz to 20kHz, encompassing the entire tonal range of the human ear. The Ultrasone Go Bluetooth will also feature S-Logic technology to ensure fatigue-free listening for long periods, perfect for the daily commute or longhaul flights.

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