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Denon launches its first TWS headphones

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Denon has joined the ranks of audio manufacturers to release TWS (True Wireless Stereo) wireless headphones. She introduced the models AH-C630W and AH-C830NCW.

The models are similar in appearance to each other, with the exception of a small silver accent on the bottom of the AH-C830NCW. The main difference is that the AH-C830NCW has active noise canceling, in-ear detection, and Google Fast Pair. In addition, the AH-C830NCW uses 11 x 10mm oval drivers, while the AH-C630W uses 10mm round drivers.

Denon launches its first TWS headphones

The earbuds are similar in design to the AirPod. Both models are IPX4 protected. The connection uses the Bluetooth 5.0 interface, but only SBC and AAC codecs are supported. The headphones are equipped with touch controls.

According to the manufacturer, the AH-C830NCW headphones work 4.8 hours without recharging with noise canceling on and 6 hours without it. The AH-C630W lasts only 4.5 hours without recharging, which means it has a smaller battery capacity. This is confirmed by the difference in weight. One earbud AH-C830NCW weighs 5.3g, AH-C630W 4.7g. Both models come with a charging case that should last four full charges, and the charging time for both models is two hours. The charging case is charged via the USB-C port.

Denon launches its first TWS headphones

Denon launches its first TWS headphones

The AH-C630W is expected to cost around $ 95 and the AH-C830NCW around $ 185. Both models will be available in black or white.

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AirPods Pro 2 software issues may be fixed, but what about the build quality? New owner complaints

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AirPods Pro 2 software issues may be fixed but what

Reports continue to surface that some early adopters of the AirPods Pro 2 are not very happy with their purchase.

As previously reported, AirPods Pro 2 may disconnect randomly and disconnect from iPhone or iPad for unexplained reasons. There are also reviews from some users that the phone may mistakenly display information that AirPods Pro 2 are connected, but in fact they are not connected. There are suggestions that these problems should be resolved in the next firmware.

AirPods Pro 2 software issues may be fixed, but what about the build quality?  New owner complaints

However, there are problems that Apple will not be able to fix: it is reported that the Cupertino company may have lowered the quality control that suffered in the manufacture of this product. Users do complain about the build quality, in particular the hinge that holds the charging case cover is recessed unevenly, protruding from one side.

For headphones that cost $250 (speculators raised prices to $400 for the first batch), this performance seems unacceptable.

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The main innovation of AirPods Pro 2 is now offered to be turned off: touch volume control was not to everyone’s liking

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The main innovation of AirPods Pro 2 is now offered

In the iOS 16.1 beta, Apple has made it possible to turn off touch volume controls on the new AirPods Pro 2 true wireless earbuds.

Recall that this is one of the main innovations of the headphones: users can use the AirPods Pro 2 touch controls not only to control media playback, but also to adjust the volume.

The main innovation of AirPods Pro 2 is now offered to be turned off: touch volume control was not to everyone's liking

While some users find this feature handy, others have a different opinion. iOS 16.1 beta has a new toggle on the Accessibility page to enable or disable touch volume controls. As before, users can customize the long press feature on AirPods Pro 2, including enabling active noise cancellation, transparency mode, turning it off, or invoking Siri.

AirPods Pro 2 features a new H2 chip, longer battery life, a new charging case, and a new earbud size to better fit the wearer’s ear. Users can charge AirPods Pro using the Apple Watch charger, MagSafe chargers, Qi-certified chargers are also compatible.

Apple’s flagship wireless noise-cancelling headphones AirPods Pro 2 went on sale last Friday, and now early adopters are reporting problems.

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“I hear myself typing. I hear birds.” AirPods Max owners complain about degraded noise cancellation

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I hear myself typing I hear birds AirPods Max owners

According to 9to5mac, there are more and more reviews on the Web from AirPods Max owners who are convinced that the latest update has worsened the active noise cancellation function.

Below are some reviews:

  • I can hear my typing and other external noises that I didn’t hear before after the update. Wondering if anyone else is having this problem.
  • I hear myself typing. I hear birds. Now I can hear a lot more. Noise canceling is gone. I went to Apple, got a replacement, but the problem persisted.
  • I hear cars passing down the street, the clang of dumbbells in the gym. Prior to the update, noise reduction worked much better.

“I hear myself typing.  I hear birds.

Previously, owners of AirPods Max had problems with headphones that did not hold a charge well, but this has been fixed. The Verge editor Umar Shakir confirmed that he found “a drop in ANC strength after an overnight mid-week charge” – likely when his AirPods Max auto-updated.

As 9to5Mac points out, at this point, it doesn’t look like there’s a way to improve how active noise cancellation works on AirPods Max. However, Apple is already testing a firmware update for AirPods Max.

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