- Nov 10, 2005
Koss tried something that's fully wireless without a cable, they are two earpieces... They are capable of Hi-Fi stereo reproduction (work over WiFi, which is capable of that). The thing is, they look a little weird on the ears. Check out the Koss Striva Tap... It doesn't look like they are in stock though :/
Wait what? I thought it wasn't poss--oh, I see. It isn't Bluetooth. But yes, that's what I'd like to have. Except, er, smaller. I don't think though would stay on during vigorous exercise.
Thank you for pointing it out to me! I didn't know something like this had already been realized. I'll look further into it.
Now, I think you also want the BBX to be smaller as well, right, which is why you'd like a micro-driver to power it. FYI, microdrivers are not new, MEElectronics used one in their CC51 a long while back, those were actually really good headphones IMO. The thing that is making them large is the battery and electronics. Right now, I do have a pair of MEE Metro which aren't bad by any means. They use the same form factor as the Jaybirds.
The BBX doesn't really need to be smaller (I was already impressed at the size, considering it's rated for 8 hours of continuous play), but they could be better ergonomically.