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Unchained Melody

Drummer Jo Jones famously reacted to 16-year-old Charlie Parker’s playing by throwing a cymbal at his feet. Audio critics were almost as harsh in their initial assessment of true wireless earphones, which debuted about five years ago. But like Bird, true wireless technology got its act together and today it’s winning fans around the world.

True wireless earphones use no cables. A separate, tiny earpiece sits in each ear, communicating with its counterpart and your

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