Cambridge Audio introduces Melomania 1 True Wireless Headphones

True wireless seems to be the lifestyle catchphrase for 2019 with Brit hifi legend Cambridge Audio even coining it for their new IPX5-certified (sweat and water protection for the sport inclined or weather challenged) Melomania 1 IEMs.

Designed to work with laptops, tablets, portable audio players and smartphones, the Melomania 1 – named after the live music venue on the ground floor of Cambridge Audio’s London R&D centre – features Bluetooth 5.0, AAC and aptX codec technology with a touted wireless range of up to 30 metres, the Melomania boasts a pocket-sized recharging case good for a claimed four charges and features graphene in its 5.8mm driver diaphragms.

What about noise cancelling, you ask? Boasting high quality microelectro-mechanical systems (MEMS) microphones and Qualcomm’s Clear Voice Capture (cVc) noise-cancelling technology, the Melomania has got you covered on that front too.

Weighing in at just 4.6 grams per transducer, available in black or stone color, the Melomania comes with both silicone and memory foam ear tips to accommodate fine-tailoring of ear-canal fit to ensure an ideal combination of comfort/snugness and noise isolation/sealing to help ensure the best frequency response possible.

Now available online at Cambridge Audio for $129.99 USD.

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Mrip541's picture

This is just embarrassing. Apparently you haven't even heard these, it's just a straight press release. People came to this site for real reviews that weren't advertising copy, measurements, and Tyll. All 3 are gone. You promise to bring back measurements but fail to deliver while posting ad after ad. I cannot overstate my disappointment.

Recursion's picture

Since none them see to be putting in any effort to review products, let alone do it properly. Most articles nowadays are just advertisements for products. It has been over a year since measurements were promised to be coming and they are yet to appear.

Seems as if Rafe has no clue at all as to how run a site like this..