khaskhabar.com : Monday, 08 August 2022 4:11 PM
New Delhi . LG Electronic on Monday announced two new sets of ‘Tone Free’ wireless earbuds. The special thing is that this device comes with the world’s first ‘Dolby Head Tracking’ feature across all content and devices. The ‘Dolby Head Tracking’ feature in the Tone Free T90 model re-calibrates the sound, giving the user a natural sound experience.
The company said that the 2022 Tone Free true wireless earbuds will be introduced in key markets across the world from the end of this month.
The flagship model Tone Free T90 comes with the company’s signature bacteria-killing ‘UVNano’ charging case, along with bigger drivers.
LG’s T90 earbuds integrate the performance-enhancing capabilities of Meridian Headphone Spatial Processing (HSP), a technology from the company’s longtime partner in delivering superior sound, Meridian Audio.
“Inside the HSP, the earbuds offer more natural sound with a center image, making users feel like they’re listening to music through a true stereo sound system,” the company said in a statement.
The T90S wireless earbuds feature an audio virtualizer designed by Dolby. An endvas solution that expands the spatial dimension for stereo entertainment.
Additionally, the T90s come with Snapdragon sound technology, which means users can experience a level of sound quality previously available only on wired headphones.
The premium wireless earbuds offer enhanced Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) with double step ANC algorithm and real time ANC optimizer.
The comfy fit design of the earbuds delivers ergonomic precision and a customized size.
The new Tone Free model lasts up to 9 hours on a single charge. With a new quick charge feature, the earbuds can be fully charged after about 1 hour in the ‘UVNano’ charging case.
The company has also introduced the new Tone Free Fit lineup (models TF7 and TF8), which is designed for active lifestyle.
The Tone Free Fit model has a battery life of 10 hours.
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