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BlitzWolf BW-FYE15 – the in-ear that works with 3 drivers per ear

In the case of the BlitzWolf BW-FYE15, the manufacturer's slogan is "low latency, strong bass".

BlitzWolf BW-FYE15 – the in-ear that works with 3 drivers per ear

BlitzWolf BW-FYE15 TWS Bluetooth earphones can be an ideal choice for those who are looking for excellent sound quality and comfort while listening to music or playing games. With three dynamic drivers, the BW-FYE15 earphones deliver deep bass and detailed sound, balancing good bass, clear midrange and clear highs.

The ergonomic design of the earphones provides comfortable wear and great sound even in noisy environments. Bluetooth V5.0 technology and a low-latency solution ensure that the image and sound are in sync, which is especially beneficial for games. The fashionable sliding cover case allows for easy use, while the IPX5 water protection ensures that the earphones are protected against sweat, rain and splashes.

The earphone weighs only 35,3 grams and measures 62,3 x 62,4 x 34,2 mm, making it easy to carry. The microphone and volume control functions further increase comfort and user experience. In addition to supporting AAC and SBC audio decoding, the earphones offer a range of up to 10 meters and a sensitivity of 102 dB. The total battery capacity of the earphones and charging box is 420 mAh, which can be charged in 1-2 hours, providing 3-4 hours of music listening and calling time, and 40 hours of standby time.

The package includes BlitzWolf BW-FYE15 earphones with a charging box, a Type-C charging cable, three pairs of silicone earplugs (S/M/L sizes), and a user manual. The earpiece is sent from a Chinese warehouse, the price is BGRJANFYE15 HUF 8000 with coupon code by clicking on the link below:

 

BlitzWolf BW-FYE15 TWS earphones

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