If you want wireless earphones without sacrificing the audio quality, this is one of the best. Warm, smooth and audiophile sound like the corded version. Good clarity and definition, very natural. The only thing they can improve is the touch controls, that are very sensitive. Bloom Audio is really a great place to buy audio equipment. They are nice and ship the same day.
Final ZE3000 | True Wireless Hi-Fi Earphones
If I wasn't a final fanboy before, I am now. I'm consistently impressed with final's ability to take tracks and lay each part of it out on a table, so no instrument or vocal is made more or lesser than another, but without talking over each other. I hear things in songs I hadn't heard before, like the breathy inhale a technician tried his best to hide, or a rhythm guitar line that had been content to wallflower before these buds peer-pressured it into center stage.
All that is every final device I've tried, but what makes these TWS special is they have a punch that's well above their weight class. You'd think you were wearing over-ear phones if you didn't know better. The bass is genuine. It's not got that "emulated" feel that other buds tend to have. It's God's honest low-frequency hum & rumble, not just a clever distortion. And like I said, being final, it doesn't overpower anything else. This shines even more with the excellent EQ response.
Another great surprise is the battery life. I've tried TWS before, but I'd always run them down in about an hour or so. These things here advertise 7 hours, and I expect that's at a middle-volume setting. But even at full blast I've run it for about two hours and not got it to dip below 80%. The charging case is unobtrusive, so great for a cargo shorts-wearing bum like m'self.
The shape isn't as painful as it looks, and the buds are feather-light. The included silicone tips are alright, but I think I'll look at third-party foam tips just the same. The controls are pretty great, too. It's even got volume -/+! (Like I said, I've only tried one or two TWS before, and they didn't have volume control, so if this isn't big news for you, then never mind it.) Takes a little practice, but once you've got it, you've got it, and you don't need anything else.