If The Cleer Dual-driver Headphones contain a high-definition system that delivers true full-range acoustic reproduction to satisfy the expectations of a demanding music lover.
I’ve been a music lover for as long as I can remember. I’m always listening to some sort of audio track and this time of year, it is usually holiday music. No matter what I am listening to, I like to have the best quality possible. With that in mind, I tend to look for high-quality listening devices – speakers and/or headphones – that will provide the best listening experience for me. Because of this endless search of mine, I’ve tried lots of different styles of speakers and headphones. One thing is for sure, I prefer wireless headphones. I detest wires and even though there are a lot of quality wired headphones out there, I much prefer Bluetooth as a connection. Bluetooth connectivity has come a long way in the past couple of years and now the quality of sound that you get is comparable to any wired headset. The most recent set I’ve had the privilege of trying out is the Dual-driver Wireless Headphones from Cleer.
The Cleer Dual-driver Headphones have two main features to them – high definition audio and the dual-driver system. The high definition audio can reproduce true-to-original performances even if you are listening to digital music that is streaming through an internet signal. Every detail can be heard despite the quality of the recording you are listening to. The dual-driver system actually includes two separate speakers – one to handle high and mid-frequencies while the second one handles bass. This system provides accuracy when it comes to monitoring the separate audio ranges. This creates the ideal balance for true high-definition acoustics.
First and foremost, the sound quality is outstanding with these high-definition headphones. Prior to these , I was using a different set of Bluetooth headphones and while the quality was good with those, it wasn’t as wide-ranging. The Cleer headphones have a rich full sound to them that really can’t be beaten by most Bluetooth headphones. The set-up of the headphones is pretty easy. You press and hold the power button to turn the headphones on and make them enter Bluetooth pairing mode. I paired the headphones to an iPhone 7 so that I could listen to Pandora radio while I worked. It took several seconds and a Bluetooth menu for the headphones to be found. Once they paired, they stayed paired and they automatically reconnect. This is a feature I really appreciate.
The Cleer Dual-driver Headphones come packaged with a hard shell carrying case, which I love as an option and it has a Micro USB and auxiliary cable included as well. The case is the perfect size to pack into a backpack for travel. The headphones collapse into themselves so that they fit into the case easily.
Aside from sound, the next important thing to me with headphones is the comfort level. I tend to wear them for extended periods of time and soft ear cups with a non-constricting headband is what I look for. I was actually surprised at how heavy the Cleer headphones seemed when I handled them the first time. As it turns out the, weigh 325 grams, which is only 2.5 times more than the iPhone 7 weighs. Even though they seemed heavy to handle, they are very comfortable to wear. The headband has a cushion included and the ear cups are well padded. I also loved how well the headphones fit my head. They have an interesting kink in the headpiece near the ear pieces and as it turns out, that design shape keeps the headphones on my head really well. I’ve never once felt them slip out of place.
The Cleer Dual-driver Headphones are not classified as noise-cancelling, but they do provide a pretty high level of isolation from outside ambient noise. With that in mind, I could recommend these for sound stage work. They really do provide a very clean sound listening experience. I used them in an office environment where there are people talking in the halls as well as phones ringing. Plus I also used them at home where there is a myriad of noises like the dogs and people walking through the room. All of that sound was minimized. I couldn’t even hear my fingers typing on the laptop keyboard when music was playing through the headset.
The Cleer Dual-driver Headphones are an excellent option for high-definition music enjoyment. They work flawlessly and they provide an excellent sound.