When a new type of product enters the market, it can be difficult to gauge the parameters for excellence. Innovative features will never compensate for inherently poor sound, but it isn’t until the market becomes more crowded that we can understand what kind of performance is possible at any given price.
That’s the point at which we find ourselves with Bluetooth in-ear headphones like the Klipsch R5. There has long been variety in the market – including offerings from most of the big hitters, whether neckband or true wireless models – but since the Award-winning Sony WF-1000Xs established themselves as class leaders last year, the spectrum has grown and competition intensified.
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