That little battery icon at the top right corner of your phone can be your best friend or your worst enemy, depending on what your battery percentage is. Charging your phone every night is a habit for most of us, but what about charging your wireless earbuds?
Charging your wireless earbuds every night is a good habit to keep, regardless of if you have a portable or wireless charger for them.
For most wireless headphones or earbuds, one charge can keep you going for anywhere between four and eight hours. For those of us who love to listen to music throughout the day, that means our earbud battery is low by the time we hit the hay.
The lower the battery percentage on your earbuds, especially if it falls under twenty percent, the worse the sound quality. Granted, sound quality depends mostly on the kind of earbuds or the brand. However, for the best sound quality possible while you do your thing, it’s best to have a full charge, or close to it.
The battery and charge on your wireless earbuds can affect your listening experience, regardless of if they have a four or eight-hour playtime. That’s why it’s best to charge your earbuds every night, or while you aren’t using them!
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There’s a reason Rowkin is a beloved wireless earbud brand. We made a promise, and that promise is to give our customers a heightened listening and sound experience. We want you to be able to hear every syllable and note as clear as they were meant to.