Introducing Meters Music Level Up (gaming) and OV-1-B-CONNECT Headphones

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Meters Music, hailing from the United Kingdom has been in the market for a while, since 2017 has a couple of interesting looking headphones under sleeves. What special about them? Both of them have VU meter on the cups, which is a fairly rare scene irrespective of the price range of the headphones.

Lets start with

Level Up

  • Gaming headset equipped with high-performance technology, providing a fully immersive, virtual 7.1 surround sound performance
  • Headset features fully functioning, illuminating VU meters

Their first gaming headphone weights at 320g, comes in 3 type of designs and is compatible with all PCs, laptops, PS4s and the Xbox, the headset can be easily plugged in via a USB outlet or a headset connector which helps to deliver zero latency in the audio.

It houses a 50mm dynamic driver and promises very good bass along with lively and dynamic gaming experience. Both the VU meters can be adjusted to desired color. Priced at 99.99 GBP it goes against the Sennheiser gaming headphones.

Read more about them and get one from here:

https://www.metersmusic.com/gaming

Moving on to the

OV-1-B-CONNECT

  • Headphones equipped with state-of-the-art tech features: Bluetooth and active noise-cancelling capabilities
  • Meters Connect app launches allowing greater control of the headphones

The Meters OV-1-B-CONNECT headphones come in 6 color schemes and are priced at either 349.99 or 369.99 GBP featuring both wireless aptX HD Bluetooth technology and a high-quality active noise-cancelling (ANC) function – creating both optimal ease-of-use and state-of-the-art sound performance. The headphones are among the first on the market to use the new QCC5124 System-on-Chip (SoC) from Qualcomm – the newest Bluetooth technology which delivers the highest-quality wireless transmission. It can transmit up to 24-bit and High-Definition (HD) audio – ‘better than CD’ – direct to your headphones, wirelessly.

These VU meters allow you to listen responsibly, they are line-level signal indicators calibrated to EU listening standards and designed to make others aware of how loud your music is. This can be seen as a safety feature as listening to loud music for prolonged periods of time can cause severe hearing damage. It has buttons to take calls and adjust volume or skip tracks.

The ANC can be turned off when not needed and can be used as a wired headphone too. To have more control over the headphone one can download the Meters Connect app available at both App Store or Google Play. It allows the ability to issue an over the air update to the headphones but also enables full control of the sound with its 5-band parametric EQ.

Know more and get one from here:

https://www.metersmusic.com/ov-1-b-connect

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