The source cites an image from a Samsung patent filed March 3 this year for registration with the World Intellectual Property Organization (WIPO). The documentation was published publicly on September 10, and judging by the schematic image, Samsung is working on some kind of hybrid of wired and wireless headphones.
Samsung has its U Flex lineup, which are water-resistant wireless neckband headphones and fully wireless Galaxy Buds, which are less suited for sports, especially those involving submersion in water. But soon the company may have some kind of hybrid model that will combine the merits of both lines. Actually, it is demonstrated by the image of the patent.
The headphones shown here are very similar to the Galaxy Buds Plus, meaning they have built-in microphones, sensors, and two-way speakers. But the difference is that for these “special” Galaxy Buds Plus there is an accessory – a flexible neckband that allows you to use the headphones in the pool while maintaining a wireless connection to the sound source. At the same time, the tracking of the user’s vital indicators during swimming will be maintained, as will be recorded both the speed and the distance traveled, and the calories burned.
It is not yet clear when Samsung may have such headphones, but one thing is clear: the company is working to expand the scope of its wireless devices.
Mi True Wireless Earphones 3 Pro – Xiaomi’s first fully wireless headphones with surround sound support
It’s a new day and Xiaomi is publishing a new teaser dedicated to the Mi True Wireless Earphones 3 Pro totally wireless headphones. From the new picture we learn that the device supports surround sound – the full effect of presence is promised due to the sound, which is distributed (of course, virtually) 360 °. For the first time for a manufacturer.
In other teasers dedicated to the Mi True Wireless Earphones 3 Pro, Xiaomi has promised hi-fi level sound quality and adaptive noise cancellation with 40dB noise reduction. Recall that the official premiere of the novelty will take place tomorrow.
EKSA E910 and E900 Plus ENC Gaming Headsets are Noise Canceling
EKSA has added two gaming headset models to its catalog this week: the E910 and the E900 Plus ENC. The first model supports 5.8 GHz wireless radio. It is said to provide near-zero latency and a range of 10 meters.
The headphones are equipped with 50 mm radiators. The range of reproducible frequencies is declared equal to 20-20,000 Hz, the sensitivity is 115 ± 3 dB. The headphones support 7.1 virtual surround sound. The headset is equipped with a retractable unidirectional microphone, the sensitivity of which is -42 ± 3 dB. There is a noise canceling function for voice communication. The headset is powered by a 1200 mAh battery. Ten hours of use on a single charge (at 70% volume). Charging takes two hours.
The E900 Plus ENC is designed for wired USB connection using a 2m cable. A control panel with a volume control and a microphone switch is embedded in the cable. This model also uses 50 mm radiators, which reproduce frequencies in the range of 20-20,000 Hz, but the sensitivity is declared equal to 118 ± 3 dB. The headphones support 7.1 virtual surround sound. The detachable unidirectional microphone has a sensitivity of -42 ± 3dB. The headset is endowed with noise canceling function.
The E910 headset costs $ 120, the E900 Plus ENC headset – $ 62.
MTI Launches My Hero Academia Wireless Headphones for Anime Fans
MTI, which promotes the Nuarl audio brand, has unveiled a fully wireless headphone aimed at fans of the anime My Hero Academia. The headphones themselves, the case and the packaging are designed in the appropriate style, but this is not the end of the matter: the voice prompts with which the headphones accompany their work are recorded by the voices of popular characters, more precisely, the actors who voiced these characters in the anime series.
The dimensions of one earbud are 23 x 20 x 24 mm, the charging case is 72 x 36 x 46 mm. Each earphone weighs 4.5 g, case – 36.0 g. Without recharging, the earbuds can play music for 6 hours. Taking into account the recharging in the case, the autonomy reserve reaches 20 hours. It takes 1.5 hours to recharge the headphones.
The headphones are equipped with a Bluetooth 5.0 interface. They support A2DP, HFP, HSP and AVRCP profiles and aptX, AAC and SBC codecs. The headphones use dynamic emitters with a diameter of 6 mm. The range of reproducible frequencies is declared equal to 20-20,000 Hz. The built-in omnidirectional microphone allows you to use your headphones as a headset. Product protection degree – IPX4
The novelty is priced at $ 132.
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