AirPod alternatives that promise a whole day of play

AirPods and other TWS devices are taking the world by storm and with fierce competition means each new release gets better.

Master & Dynamics are one of the latest to step onto the scene with a new pair of true wireless earbuds. Their MW07 Plus earbuds follow their non-plus product with bigger battery life, better connection and better sound.

One of the most contested features of TWS (true wireless sound) earbuds is battery life. Being tiny little devices that sit in your, it’s natural that they won’t have the space for a powerful battery like your wireless headphones. The MW07 Plus promises 10 hours on one charge, with 3 full charges available from their portable case.

The original MW07 pair had it’s downfalls but sound was not one. It’s a difficult process to make such small devices sound great, especially when you’re fighting for space with batteries. Packing 10mm Beryllium drivers in each bud listeners report great sound with a surprisingly solid bass.

The buds feature Active Noise Cancellation technology which is activated with a long press on the volume down button on the left earbud. It can’t completely block out the sounds of your surroundings because, well… just look at the size of it. But it does reportedly well at dampening interfering sounds.

On the flip side you can hold down the volume up button to activate ambient mode. This amplifies the sounds around you so you aren’t cut off from the world whilst still being able to keep listening to whatever it is you’re enjoying. Perfect for the workplace.

Business Insider got hands on with the pair for a detailed review that will help you decide if these are the earbuds for you. Check that out here.

A recent report showed that TWS earbuds are the fastest growing part of the wireless sound industry. Last year they rocketed into first place, becoming the biggest selling wireless audio devices in the market.

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