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Matrix3 Bluetooth Wireless High Fidelity Headphones with aptX Low Latency

$99.99
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Matrix3 Bluetooth Wireless High Fidelity Headphones with aptX Low Latency

$99.99
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HP-AF68-LL

The 3rd-generation Matrix headphone combines MEE audio’s expertise in high-fidelity audio with advanced Bluetooth audio technology to deliver unprecedented sound quality in a wireless form factor. Key features include supremely comfortable memory foam earpads and Qualcomm® aptX Low Latency technology to improve lip-syncing in movies and TV shows with compatible Bluetooth devices.


HD Wired and Wireless Sound

High-resolution drivers deliver clear speech and dynamic bass while AAC and Qualcomm® aptX codecs provide high-resolution audio streaming for unprecedented wireless sound quality. An optional wired audio mode with included 3.5mm cable adds compatibility with other audio sources.

True Fidelity

Gone are boomy, bloated bass and dark, subdued treble - all-new high-resolution 40mm moving coil drivers deliver balance, clarity, and accuracy never previously heard from a wireless headphone, satisfying even the most discerning listeners.

aptX Low Latency Technology

Qualcomm® aptX Low Latency codec minimizes wireless audio delay, improving lip-syncing in movies and TV shows with compatible Bluetooth devices.

Designed for Comfort

Engineered for all-day comfort, the Matrix3 provides a true over-ear fit in a compact and lightweight form factor. The earpads are made of high-grade memory foam and wrapped in ultra-soft simulated leather to maximize comfort and prevent sound leakage.

Built-In Headset Functionality

Integrated high-quality microphone and remote let you seamlessly take calls and control music playback with phones and tablets. Multipoint functionality allows you to manage calls and media from two phones or tablets simultaneously.

All-Day Battery Life

Ultra-efficient Bluetooth 4.0 chipset provides up to 28 hours of talk, 24 hours of media playback, and 1000 hours of standby time, minimizing your downtime. To eliminate battery anxiety completely, the Matrix3 can be used in wired mode both when the battery is fully depleted and while charging.

Easy Storage and Transport

Multi-axis folding mechanism allows the Matrix3 to both fold flat and collapse to take up less space. At the end of the day, the headphones fold away into the included lightweight carrying case.

What's in the Box

Matrix3 Low Latency Stereo Bluetooth Headphones
Premium protective carrying case
Micro-USB charging cable
Stereo audio cable
User manual


Matrix3 Bluetooth Wireless High Fidelity Headphones
with aptX Low Latency

What's in the Box
  • Matrix3 Low Latency Stereo Bluetooth Headphones
  • Premium protective carrying case
  • Micro-USB charging cable
  • Stereo audio cable
  • User manual

Speaker Specifications
driver size 40 mm
frequency response 20 Hz to 20 kHz
impedance 32 Ohms at 1 kHz
sensitivity 96±3 dB (1 mW at 1 kHz)

Bluetooth Specifications
Bluetooth version 4.0
operating range 30ft (10m)
Bluetooth profiles supported A2DP 1.2, HSP 1.2, HFP 1.5, AVRCP 1.4
additional audio codecs supported Qualcomm® aptX, Qualcomm® aptX Low Latency, AAC

Battery Specifications
battery type built-in rechargeable battery
music playback time 24 hours
talk time 28 hours
standby time 1000 hours
charging time 2 hours
charging connector type micro-USB

Microphone Specifications
directivity omnidirectional
frequency response 100 Hz to 10 kHz
sensitivity -32 dB± 3dB

Product Details
ear coupling supraaural (Over-the-Ear )
cable length 4.9 feet (1.5 m)
cable connector 3.5mm
weight 7.0 oz (199 g)
dimensions (folded) 7 x 6 x 1.5 inches (18 x 15 x 4 cm)

Warranty
The Matrix3 Low Latency has a 1 year warranty. If you are not satisfied with your product, contact MEE audio to help resolve your issues.

Matrix3 Bluetooth Wireless High Fidelity Headphones
with aptX Low Latency

Matrix3 Low Latency Product Manual
For information on troubleshooting, pairing, connecting, maintenance, and more please refer to the Matrix3 Low Latency user manual.

To view the manual in pdf format click here.
To save it to your computer, right click the link and select "Save Link As...".

 

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  1. A big improvement over the Matrix2 5 Star Review

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    This review is a comparison between the Matrix2 and Matrix3. I've used the Matrix2 since early 2014 and have loved it. With the new Matrix3, I am so impressed that I can't see ever going back to using the Matrix2.

    * The new design is a lot more comfortable to wear for extended periods.  The new ear cup design is very noticeable as soon as you put them on. With and without glasses on, the Matrix3 is easy to forget you're wearing when there is no audio playing.
    * I like the large L and R on the inside of the ear cups as a good visual reminder instead of having to look for the 3.5 mm audio jack to figure out the same thing on the Matrix2.
    * The buttons are a lot easier to find and use by touch now that there are only three of them. For those of us with a muted sense of touch from nerve damage, you can still feel the difference between the buttons with the shallow gap between the Volume Up and Volume Down buttons and the raised bump on the multifunction button with your fingernail.
    * The new buttons feel more responsive than the Matrix2.
    * The sound quality is the same to me as my Matrix2 which is a very good thing.
    * Call answer, hangup, and mute work flawlessly.
    * I really like the separate lights for charging and bluetooth status. The position of the light on the Matrix2 was always reflecting on the inside of my reading glasses which was very distracting at times.
    * According to several people I've spoken with using both headsets, the microphone on the Matrix3 sounds a lot better than my Matrix2.
    * The new location of the 3.5 mm audio jack is much better than the Matrix2 when you want to recline while hard wired to an audio source.
    * The lack of cover on the Micro-USB charging port for the Matrix3 makes it much easer to deal with plugging in a USB cable.  I always left my Matrix2 cover open since it was so difficult to re-open but it was always getting in the way.
    * I'm looking forward to hearing the Battery Low voice notification instead of listening for the beeps on the Matrix2 that could easily be missed depending on what you are currently listening to.

    There are only two very small issues that I've come across that don't change my love for the Matrix3 in any way.

    * The timing of the press to activate Siri is hit and miss for me but it is not a big concern as Siri rarely gives me what I'm asking for.  I either end up just pausing playback or powering off the headset instead of activating Siri. I spoke with customer service about this and they are considering alternatives to make this easier to use.
    * With Multipoint enabled, I find that the Matrix3 doesn't always want to reconnect to my iPhone automatically even when it is only bluetooth device enabled within range. This is not a problem with Multipoint disabled and only appears to be an issue with iOS devices so far. It's possible a future iOS release will address this issue.

    The level of customer service is how I decide whether or not I buy products from a particular manufacturer. You can have the most impressive device on the market but if you can't get support when something isn't working the way you expect, it usually isn't worth the hassle. However, MEEaudio has always responded quickly and gone above and beyond to address any problems that come up.

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