It’s been three years since Apple literally cut the cord by removing the 3.5mm audio jacks with the release of the iPhone 7 back in 2016 and interest, both from consumers and manufacturers, in the once-niche wireless audio devices have grown significantly.
This is both bad news, and good news.
The good news is that, there’s so much more competition than ever before. Competition breeds innovation. In the end, it’s the consumers, like us, that benefit from a higher level of competition the most. But, the problem here is, buying wireless TV headphones is different from buying traditional headphones.