REMAX RM-560 Type-C In-Ear Stereo Metal Music Earphone with Wire Control + MIC – [RM-560]
Description of REMAX RM-560 Type-C
Silicone cable, Soft, and anti-winding
Slap-up metal texture fashionable
and stereoscopic design with special
For Type-C Devices
Cable Length: 1200mm
Product Model: RM-560
Frequency Response: 200HZ 20KHZ
Output Sensitivity: 92+3db
Microphone Sensitivity: -42+5db
Rated Power: 1mW
Driver unit: 10mm
Net Weight: 13g
Can USB-C headphones provide better sound quality?
A quick recap:
DACs convert digital signals to analog sound
Analog cable runs are more susceptible to signal degradation
The key to improving sound quality minimizing the distance which analog signals need to travel along a cable, which is exactly what USB C headphones with a built-in DAC do.
When you plug a pair of premium USB C headphones into your phone, the phone’s internal DAC is bypassed and the audio signals travel along the headphone’s cable in digital format to the headphones built in DAC.
From here, the DAC performs the usual digital to analog conversion, with the converted analog signal only needing to travel a matter to centimeters to reach the headphone drivers. This greatly reduces the potential for signal degradation, and is the biggest advantage of USB C headphones.
Sometimes called earphones or “earbuds”, in-ear headphones are perhaps the most common type of headphone today. The white “earpods” that come in the box with every new Android have made them a must-have accessory. On their way out the door to class, the average college student likely makes sure they have their keys, wallet, cell phone, and earbuds.