Despite the explosion of the fashion of TWS headphones, we are still surprised when a smartphone does not bring the 3,5 mm jack as a dowry to take advantage of our favorite wired earphones, because after all the convenience that these "obsolete" accessories give us is out of the question. And surprisingly, Xiaomi presented its new in-ear earphones, the Mi Dual Driver, in India today, with a very competitive price (about 10 euros per change), which promise an extraordinary multimedia experience and unmatched surround sound.
Despite the cost-effectiveness of the product, the Xiaomi Mi Dual Driver earphones offer a structure made of anodized aluminum characterized by a complex zircon sandblasting process, allowing great resistance to scratches but also to maintain a light weight without sacrificing comfort.
Xiaomi Mi Dual Driver are the new in-ear inexpensive earphones with 3.5mm jack
As the name suggests, the Mi Dual Drivers offer two dynamic 10 and 8 mm micro-speakers, giving the fuller shades to the basses while offering clear and crystalline high sounds. The combination of two dynamic drivers therefore allows a truly immersive sound experience, differentiating the sounds of the various musical instruments of a song with undistorted bass power.
Along the cable, specially designed to avoid annoying tangles, there is a small 3-button remote control with which to control the volume, skip the music tracks and, if necessary, also call up the integrated voice assistant of our smartphone. For greater general comfort, the Xiaomi Mi Dual Drivers adopt a 90 ° curved jack connector, which guarantees greater durability and above all avoids annoyances when using multimedia content.
There is no shortage of 3 spare caps to better adapt the drivers to the auricle. As anticipated, the new Xiaomi Mi Dual Driver in-ear headphones are offered at 799 Indian rupees, about 10 euros, but at the moment the purchase is possible only in India, but presumably we will see them soon also on the global market through alternative stores.