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Cambridge Audio Launches Melomania Touch TWS Headphones with High Performance Mode

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UK audio experts from Cambridge Audio unveil the Melomania Touch TWS headphones with a focus on high quality sound. Just worth the introduction of Hi-Fi amplification technology, which is also used in the Cambridge Audio CX line of amplifiers. Compared to the first TWS-headphones Melomania 1, the developers have changed the design, increased autonomy, but the main highlight of the novelty is the High Performance Mode and support for aptX and AAC codecs.

To create the most comfortable design for the Melomania Touch TWS headphones, the company’s engineers studied over 3,000 volunteer ears. This allowed finding the perfect fit thanks to the combination of overlays and fins.

High Performance Mode technology provides a rich soundstage with low noise and wide dynamic range. Using the Melomania app, you can adjust the equalizer, find headphones and activate various functions. It is noteworthy that despite the lack of noise reduction, the new product has a transparency mode. This will allow you to hear the surrounding noise at a high volume.

Melomania Touch uses 7 mm graphene-reinforced dynamic drivers. The declared sensitivity is 100 dB and the frequency range is from 20 Hz to 20 kHz. For data transmission, Bluetooth 5.0 technology is used. There is a pair of MEMS microphones in the headphones, and cVc technology is responsible for the quality of voice communication.

The developers offer touch control through which you can switch tracks, adjust the volume, answer calls, activate the transparency mode, call the voice assistant Siri or Google Assistant.

TWS earbuds meet the IPX4 protection index. The claimed autonomy is 9 hours in playback mode and another 41 hours is provided by the charging case. When the High Performance Mode is activated, autonomy is reduced to 7 hours and 33 hours, respectively.

The Cambridge Audio Melomania Touch headphones are priced at £ 129.

Source: cambridgeaudio

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