Natus Labs new project will let you make any headphones wireless

Natus Labs’ newest creation, the Natus One, is a device which allows its user to turn any standard headphone into a completely wireless system and was designed with both DJs and producers in mind.

In the past things like latency and low quality audio have kept wireless headphones out of the studio and DJ booth, something that Natus Labs hope to change.

Created by Tino Soelberg from Copenhagen, Denmark, the Natus One works via the use of a transmitter and a receiver. The transmitter connects to the output on your audio source, and the transmitter connects to the normal input on your headphones.

With the Natus One, Natus Labs claim that users will have access to CD quality audio and just 16ms of latency, stating that it’s almost identical to the use of a cable. The real icing on the cake is the impressive 24 hour battery life at 80% volume.

The project is currently trying to raise funds via a Kickstarter campaign to bring the Natus One to market, with a goal of £95,000 they’ve currently raised £14,000. Each unit will retail for $149 with delivery expected during March 2019.