Audiofly AF250 Bluetooth headphones is company’s first
In life, there is always a first time for everything. In other words, the seemingly inexhaustible list of possibilities can be experienced by everyone if the situation and time are correct. Audiofly has introduced a brand new AF250 Bluetooth headphones, which also happens to be the company’s first over at the recently concluded CES 2016 in Las Vegas. It is rather difficult to believe at first that this is the first Bluetooth headphones from Audiofly, especially since they are innovators of award-winning, audiophile-grade in-ear monitors and earphones.
Audiofly’s AF250, being the company’s first Bluetooth headphone, will be no slouch in terms of performance as it offers breakthrough performance in the already crowded market of wireless headphones, thanks to its superior sound, wireless convenience, maximum comfort and outstanding playback time. The Audiofly AF250 has been engineered using Audiofly’s proprietary soundstage, which is touted to offer the most superb sonic response found in a wireless headphone. It will be similar to other Audiofly products, as the AF250 has been designed to authentically reproduce music, and this is achieved via its 40mm drivers. Wireless listening is perfected through Bluetooth 4.1 connectivity, where the AF250 boasts of aptX streaming capabilities that will do its bit to improve the quality of Bluetooth audio as well.
It does not all stop at high-fidelity sound performance, as the AF250 will also boast of an industry leading, breakthrough playback time of up to 25 hours after a full charge, and this makes it twice as long as competing Bluetooth headphones. This playback time will ensure that the AF250 is perfect when it comes to long flights or commuters who desire the convenience of not having to charge their wireless cans each time they arrive home in the evening. There is also an intuitive built-in swipe interface that is located on the ear cup that will enable users to answer calls, adjust volume and switch songs with the touch of a finger. Made using a polycarbonate body and alloy arms for a lightweight feel, it will come with a self-adjusting headband and memory foam ear cups to offer ultimate comfort, so that users can listen in for extended periods of time. The asking price of the Audiofly AF250 stands at $349.99 a pop as it arrives later this fall.