News Tech: Klipsch has finally delivered the T10 true wireless earbuds that were supposed to ship in fall 2020, but they’ve changed a lot in the last two years. The company and Ear Micro released the T10 Bespoke Ear Computers (yes, really) as handcrafted custom designs aimed squarely at luxury buyers who refuse to own the same earbuds as everyone else. You can ask Klipsch to make the charging case out of materials like gold, leather (vegan, etc.), wood, and the bud frame out of pearl or ceramic cubic zirconia. You can also ask for a special leather motif or have a jeweler add gemstones and engravings. The T10 at least has the technical prowess to match its gorgeous looks. Klipsch touts 96kHz/24-bit audio using the LDAC codec and believes Cadence/Tensilica dual DSPs, Class D amplifiers and Sonion converters will get the most out of your music. Despite the earbuds’ very small size, you can still enjoy 9 hours of listening on a single charge and expect active noise cancellation.
And yes, Klipsch knows it’s usually silly to spend big bucks on earbuds whose batteries rarely last more than a few years.The T10’s design allows for repairs and upgrades with relatively little effort. It’s designed to. You can use your own audio indefinitely as long as Klipsch remains committed to supporting you.
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