Sennheiser claims that its new Sport earbuds can block out sounds generated by your own body.
Sennheiser has unveiled a pair of true wireless earphones aimed towards exercise fans. It claims that the Sport True Wireless buds have an Aware EQ passthrough mode that can help you stay aware of your surroundings by reducing distracting noises from your own body, like as your heartbeat or footfall. For runners, this could be a useful choice.
Adaptable Acoustic is an unusual technology that lets you to pick between open and closed ear adapters and tune equaliser settings to achieve your ideal exercise sound. The closed ear adaptor, in combination with the Focus EQ setting, is designed to shut out external audio.
In the Sennheiser Smart Control app, you’ll be able to change how much external sound you hear and create unique EQ presets. Ear adapters come in three sizes and four fins to help you find the perfect fit.
The earbuds include a 7mm dynamic driver, according to Sennheiser, which provides “full bass and outstanding clarity without distortion.” They have touch controllers and support for voice assistants. The buds support Bluetooth 5.2 and audio codecs like SBC, AAC, and aptX, allowing users to connect them to a variety of devices.
Battery last up to Nine Hours
The earphones have an IP54 rating, which means they’re dust, splash, and perspiration resistant. According to Sennheiser, the battery can last up to nine hours. The charging case will let you to listen for up to 18 hours.
Sennheiser’s Sport True Wireless earphones are now available for pre-order. The buds will be available on May 3rd for $130.