Huawei is gearing up to release the FreeBuds Pro 2 fully wireless earphones. It is expected to be introduced this month for around 200 euros.
At the same time, the new model will be very different both from the current one, which also came out with a price of 200 euros, and from many other similar headphones on the market. The fact is that the headphones will be two-driver. One emitter will be responsible for low frequencies, and the other for medium and high frequencies. In theory, this should provide a significantly better sound quality, but here it is better to wait for the announcement and tests.
The source speaks of a frequency range from 14 Hz to 48 kHz, as well as a collaboration with Devialet. It also talks about Hi-Res Audio Wireless certification.
FreeBuds Pro 2 will also receive active noise cancellation, three microphones for each earpiece and AI algorithms. Autonomy will be 6.5 hours with active noise cancellation and up to 8 hours without it. In addition, the source speaks of protection against moisture (IP54).
Active noise cancellation, water resistance, 30 hours of battery life and Huawei Band 7 as a gift. Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2 flagship headphones unveiled
Huawei has unveiled its new Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2 fully wireless headphones for the international market. They were developed in collaboration with the French company Devialet, which specializes in the production of audio equipment.
European users will be able to buy Huawei FreeBuds Pro 2 in white, silver blue and gray versions. The price will be 199 euros. Those who pre-order receive a smart bracelet Huawei Band 7. Open sales will begin on July 11.
The headphones received an active noise reduction system with an efficiency of up to 47 dB, as well as a long battery life. Four modes are provided – comfortable, general and enhanced, as well as a sound transmission mode, when the user remains in touch with the outside world.
Each of the headphones is equipped with two emitters and three microphones. One emitter will be responsible for low frequencies, and the other for medium and high frequencies. The total frequency range is 14 Hz – 48 kHz.
Unlike its predecessors, the headphones are protected from moisture (IP54) and dust. With the charging case, the battery life is up to 30 hours. One charge will give you 4 hours of noise-cancelling and 6.5 hours without noise-cancelling.
Great Sony Smart Noise Canceling Headphones Drop to Record Low in China Sale
Last June, Sony launched the WF-1000XM4 True Wireless Active Noise Canceling Bluetooth Headphones in China for about $300.
At the moment, in honor of the big sale in the Jingdong store, the price has been reduced to $185. Headphones are available in silver, black and platinum color options.
The Sony WF-1000XM4 supports LDAC encoding, allowing you to transfer up to 3 times more data than conventional Bluetooth headsets. It also supports DSEE Extreme and 360 Reality Audio, using AI technology to reproduce the frequency response of the original source with high fidelity.
Sony WF-1000XM4 have stronger noise reduction at high frequencies. Compared with the previous generation, the Sony WF-1000XM4 is able to cancel noise 40% more effectively, while it can automatically detect wind noise. Using the official Sony app, you can turn on adaptive sound control and choose between 20 surround sound scenarios.
In addition, the Sony WF-1000XM4 supports quick pairing with Android and Windows 10, and can also detect the user’s speech, automatically pause music, and turn on an ambient sound mode that Sony calls “hands-free smart talking.”
The Sony WF-1000XM4 received a multi-beam design and support for bone conduction, as well as IPX4 moisture protection.
Presented the cheapest headphones with Hi-Res Audio certification and noise reduction system. Huawei FreeBuds 5i is priced at $75
Huawei has introduced fully wireless Bluetooth headphones, which are called Huawei FreeBuds 5i.
Early buyers will be able to purchase the Huawei FreeBuds 5i starting June 18 for $75. The manufacturer claims that these are the cheapest headphones in the world that have been certified by Hi-Res Audio.
Huawei FreeBuds 5i features 10mm dynamic moving coil drivers and up to 42dB noise cancellation. Transparent mode and wind noise protection are supported. The delay during operation is no more than 94 ms.
Once the earphones and case are fully charged, the battery life is up to 28 hours. A 15-minute charge is enough for 4 hours of playback. One earphone weighs 4.6 g, IPX4 moisture protection is implemented.
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