In last week's article of the Cooler Master MasterKeys Pro L, Editor-in-Chief Jonathan Kwan showed to us the importance of hearing clearly and contextually. Listening in general is an important part of communicating with others, but if what you hear is actually not what is said, this can lead to unexpected results, or misunderstandings to say the least. Of course, these types of mistakes happen to everyone, including Yours Truly. A few weeks ago, I was having hot pot, when one of my friends asked a couple how long they had been together for. "Five minutes," we all heard from the guy, leaving us to stop and stare hard at him. Even the significant other looked over and gave him a look, despite them sitting next to each other. "That hot pot must have been really hot?" I thought to myself. It was not until we all actually questioned him when he responded laughingly, "Five months, not minutes". As you can see, listening plays an important role in our lives, and if it is not clear, misinformation can be spread. Today's review unit, the TUNAI CLIP, is a Bluetooth wireless receiver, allowing you to transform wired headsets into wireless ones. With the number of mobile devices dropping support of the 3.5mm audio jack, this makes a lot of sense. However, despite going to wireless, I still fully expect the audio, whether music or voice, to be transmitted clearly. Can the TUNAI CLIP can hold true to this fact, or will we have another misunderstanding in the making? Read on to find out!