Pioneer’s New Lightning Earphones Lets You Charge & Listen to Music at the Same Time

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Feb 15, 2017
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If you are still worried how you’ll charge your iPhone 7 and listen to music at the same time then you might want to take a look at Pioneer’s Rayz Plus Lightning earphones.

The Pioneer Rayz Plus Features a Lightning Passthrough, Lets You Charge Your iPhone 7 & Listen to Music

Ever since Apple removed the headphone jack from the iPhone 7 and iPhone 7 Plus, users have been wondering how they’d charge their smartphone and listen to music at the same time. The obvious solution to this problem is by investing in wireless headphones. Or, you can buy yourself a Lightning dongle that features a passthrough port.

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Pioneer, on the other hand, has come up with a solution that will appeal to a lot of users out there. With the introduction of their Rayz Plus Lightning earphones, they have solved the above mentioned problem in one fell swoop. The company has achieved this by bundling a Lightning passthrough port straight into the cable of the earphones itself. With the headphones plugged in, you can charge your iPhone 7 or iPhone 7 Plus whenever you want without worrying about the port being free or not.

Costing a whopping $149, they are not cheap either. But, apart from the Lightning passthrough, you get a lot of other features as well. This include adaptive noise cancellation as well as auto-pause whenever you take your earphones out of your ears. The latter is similar to how the AirPods work, in case you are wondering. Also, you can launch Siri directly from the in-line controls, and using patented technologies, your voice is going to be clear as it ever can be.

The Rayz Plus comes in a metallic finish with two color options: gold and black.

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Also, there’s a companion app for the Rayz Plus as well, allowing users to tweak the sound of the earphones to their heart’s desire. It’s a nice little touch, given how much the earphones cost in the first place.

Last but not the least, there’s a cheaper version of the Pioneer Rayz that will set you back just $99. It does not feature the passthrough functionality, but it does come packed with the other good stuff that the Plus variant packs.

If you interested in learning more about the earphones, simply head over to this website: pioneerrayz.com

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