The Moshi Mythro Air Bluetooth headphones are an excellent set of wireless earbuds that deliver all day battery life, good sound and a feature that lets you share your music with another user with a second pair of Mythro Air headphones.
Moshi Mythro Air headphones work with any Bluetooth device for wireless listening and come in three colors. At $69.95 they offer an affordable way to go cord free while upgrading the audio quality from the earbuds that came with your iPhone or Android phone.
The Mythro Air wireless headphones are earbuds that connect with a cable and include a battery pack in the middle. This pack includes a magnet that holds it in place to your collar or shirt with an included clip. You’ll definitely want to use the clip as the battery pack isn’t something you want swinging around while you work out or even do housework.
Compact earbuds and multiple tip options deliver a comfortable fit and a good seal to help passively block out noise around you. The earbuds are comfortable and didn’t come out while on the go. In a coffeeshop with the volume at 60% the earbuds drowned out most of the background noise and were comfortable to wear for long periods.
Sound quality is very good with immersive bass as long as you pick the right earbuds for a good seal. Listening to audiobooks, techno, rap and a little bit of everything in between during my testing the Mythro Air sounded very good. Sound quality is better than you’d expect to find at this price. With the Moshi app you can choose other equalizers or make a custom one.
With the DJ4two feature you can connect a second pair of Moshi Mythro Air headphones to each other so that you can share you music. This also lets you share a movie while you watch on a single device while traveling. It’s a cool feature that works really well and isn’t a common Bluetooth feature.
You can use the in line three button remote to control music playback and to make and take calls. The in call portion sounds good on both ends, but if you are in loud environments and windy areas that noise will come through to the other person on the call more so than on dedicated headset for taking calls.
The Moshi Mythro Air battery life is good. Moshi rates the battery at 8-hours, which is certainly achievable. Like many Bluetooth devices you can see the approximate battery life in the status bar of the iPhone when connected. There is no audio that tells you the battery life when you turn it on, but a Moshi app allows you to check this.
The Moshi Mythro Air wireless headphones are available direct from Moshi for $69.95 with more colors on the way.
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