Considering Powerbeats Pro? Apple and Beats will never make true wireless earbuds that sound as good as these

Maren Estrada

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Before you go and spend $250 on true wireless Powerbeats Pro that make bass sound artificial and make everything else sound over-processed, there’s another pair of premium true wireless earbuds you should definitely consider instead. They’re called the Master & Dynamic MW07 True Wireless Earphones and they’re amazing. No other cord-free earbuds we’ve tested come anywhere close to the sound achieved by the MW07’s 10mm beryllium drivers and superior tuning. They’re only $50 more than Powerbeats Pro and they’re definitely in a league of their own.

Here’s some additional info from the product page:

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  • Master & Dynamic MW07 True wireless earphones are built on cutting-edge technology and feature beautifully handcrafted acetate and a richly appointed hand-polished stainless steel charging case to deliver a superior mobile sound tool. Technically sophisticated components such as custom 10mm Beryllium drivers, proprietary “fit wings, ” improved antenna technology and optical sensors that detect in-ear placement to automatically play and pause the earphones demonstrate that when it comes to designing the ultimate True wireless listening experience, no detail is too small.
  • Premium materials: beautifully handcrafted and eye-catching acetate and durable finish, with a lightweight, slim Design
  • Exceptional acoustics: custom, high-performance 10mm Beryllium drivers deliver rich, expansive sound
  • Superior comfort & fit: proprietary silicone “fit wing” innovation available in two detachable sizes for a custom and extra secure in-ear fit

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