Compared to regular wireless headphones, true wireless headphones don't have any wires, not even the wires that go into the earphones. True wireless headphones offer a truly tangle-free experience that allows people to feel free to do something.
TWS technology, which connects to the main headset via a smartphone or other device, and then the main headset connects from the speaker via Bluetooth wireless mode, enabling truly wireless Bluetooth with separate left and right channels for the Bluetooth headset. This program is based on CSR Bluetooth 5.0, with dual-mode module development. The stereo back monolith of the main headphones when not connected. It doesn't delay and has good sound quality. Provides customers with a high-end Bluetooth speaker program with stable performance. Two Bluetooth modules with TWS functionality are required for the following functions.
For the TWS headset, there is no wire connection next to it, the left and right headphones are separate individuals. When two separate headphones are close to each other, they can automatically match and convert to two-channel stereo sound, which can give you high-quality sound. True wireless headphones, on the other hand, don't need a cord to charge them, and they can generally just charge their built-in high-capacity lithium battery case. When you use the TWS headphones, you don't have to worry about the signal because it has a range of 10 meters. No matter what you do, drive or run, you can leave your phone and leave, which also means you can share music with others.
According to Gartner, global wearable device sales will reach $310 million in 2017 and the market will reach $30.5 billion, with Bluetooth headsets accounting for nearly half of the 48% of the market. By 2021, Bluetooth headsets will be among the largest shipments of wearable devices. We can look forward to the development of the TWS headphones.