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

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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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Redmi Buds 4 Lite will be similar to AirPods 3. The first images of the headphones have appeared

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Redmi Buds 4 Lite will be similar to AirPods 3

91mobiles has published renderings of the new fully wireless headset Redmi Buds 4 Lite, which should be presented in the very near future.

91mobiles claims that the design of the earbuds themselves resembles the AirPods 3. However, the headset may not support active noise cancellation.

Redmi Buds 4 Lite will be similar to AirPods 3. The first images of the headphones have appeared

Details on the technical characteristics of the device are not yet available. As for the announcement date, they can be presented at the upcoming Xiaomi 13 presentation at the end of November.

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Dynaudio sound, active noise cancellation, LHDC 4.0 and up to 38 hours of battery life. Renders and specifications of OnePlus Buds Pro 2 wireless earbuds

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Dynaudio sound active noise cancellation LHDC 40 and up to

The network has published high-quality renderings of the promising OnePlus Buds Pro 2 wireless headphones. The new product, which replaces the OnePlus Buds Pro, is being developed in collaboration with Dynaudio specialists. It will use a two-speaker circuit (11mm and 6mm) so you can count on good sound. And without noise – the device will implement active noise reduction technology.

Dynaudio sound, active noise cancellation, LHDC 4.0 and up to 38 hours of battery life.  Renders and specifications of OnePlus Buds Pro 2 wireless earbuds

The device is shown in green, but other colors are sure to come. The coloring, as you can see, is combined – with glossy and matte parts. The overall design is the same as the OnePlus Buds Pro.

Dynaudio sound, active noise cancellation, LHDC 4.0 and up to 38 hours of battery life.  Renders and specifications of OnePlus Buds Pro 2 wireless earbuds

The headphones are credited with supporting wireless charging and up to 9 hours of battery life (up to 6 hours if active noise cancellation is used). The total autonomy, taking into account the energy stored in the case, will be 38 hours without active noise reduction or 22 hours with it. The device is also credited with supporting LHDC 4.0.

Dynaudio sound, active noise cancellation, LHDC 4.0 and up to 38 hours of battery life.  Renders and specifications of OnePlus Buds Pro 2 wireless earbuds

When OnePlus Buds Pro 2 will be released, it is not reported, but perhaps their premiere will take place simultaneously with the new flagship OnePlus 11.

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Ready for battle in CS: GO: a gaming tactical vest is presented. Fits laptop, keyboard, headphones, mouse and more

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Ready for battle in CS GO a gaming tactical vest

Higround, which develops gaming accessories, has presented an unusual solution – a tactical vest for a gamer called the Quad Utility Bag. Only instead of weapons and cartridges, you can place a whole set for games in it.

Ready for battle in CS: GO: a gaming tactical vest is presented.  Fits laptop, keyboard, headphones, mouse and more

To be more precise, the vest allows you to carry the Higround Summit 65 branded keyboard, a mouse with a mouse pad for it, headphones, the necessary headphones, charging, and even a full-fledged 16-inch laptop.

“Now you can easily become the most intimidating player at a LAN party,” commented Andrew Webster of The Verge on the announcement.

The Quad Utility Bag vest itself is part of the Higround × 100 Thieves clothing capsule collection. The cost has not yet been announced, but is expected to be revealed today. It is not yet reported where and when it will be possible to buy such a vest.

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