Compromise is fundamental to every product we test, bar perhaps those at the very top end, and that balancing act becomes only more precarious the more features are added.
But over time, those compromises for new technologies become fewer, and we now find ourselves at the point where, for premium wireless headphones, the decision between convenience over sound quality is no longer a binary choice.
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