DJs and those of you lucky enough to have a home studio searching for a wireless headphone link or adapter that offers precise, precision audio, you may be interested in the new Natus One wireless headphone link created by Tino Soelberg. “Go wireless with your existing equipment and headphones, in lossless audio and a fixed low latency.” Check out the demonstration videos below to learn more about the Natus One wireless headphone adapter which has this week launched via Kickstarter to raise the required $125,000 needed to take the system into production.
The Natus One is available to early bird backers from $99 or roughly £76 with shipping to certain countries worldwide expected to take place during March 2019. “DJs and Home Studio users haven’t had wireless headphone options until now. Natus One uses a technology allowing us to get the latency down to a fixed 16ms. You may have tried Bluetooth headphones in the past and noticed that they are simply unusable due to the very high latency (+150ms) and while wireless in-ear monitor systems used at concerts have a low latency they are typically hard to setup, too expensive and lacks in audio quality.”
For full specifications, purchase options and more demonstration videos jump over to the official Kickstarter campaign page by following the link below.
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