March 22 (Portaltic/EP) –
Nothing has launched the new Ear (2) wireless headphones, which once again present the transparent aspect of the brand’s products and allow you to create a personal sound profile thanks to the Nothing X application, and which are already available for 149 euros.
The company announced at the beginning of March the presentation date of its second generation of headphones, Ear (2), ensuring that these would have “better sound and greater clarity” than the previous model and that they would be a “simply better and incredibly perfected” product.
It was this Tuesday when he unveiled his latest work in depth, in a presentation in which he commented that these headphones have high-resolution audio certification and LHDC 5.0 technology. This guarantees the transmission of frequencies of up to 24-bit/192 kHz at speeds up to 1 Mbps.
The Ears (2) allow users to create a custom sound profile after completing a hearing test via the app NothingX, so the headphones will fit the equalizer settings in real time to offer a personalized experience.
These, in turn, have a custom 11.6 mm ‘driver’ to offer deep and powerful bass, as well as clear highs thanks to its double air chamber design and technologies such as clear voicewhich improves the sound of the voice against noise and wind.
The new generation of ‘wearables’ from the London-based technology brand also offers dual connection, so that users can connect with them to two devices simultaneously and without interruptions during music playback when calls are taking place.
Nothing has also recalled that the headphones are designed with a personalized and active noise cancellation technology that adapts to the users’ ear canals and achieves up to 40 dB of noise reduction.
At the autonomy level, the Ear (2) can offer up to 36 hours of music playback after a full charge, as long as active noise cancellation remains off. It also has fast charging, which offers up to eight hours with a 10-minute charge, and supports wireless charging up to 2.5W and you can invert the charge on compatible devices -for example, the ‘smartphone’ of the brand, Nothing Phone (1)-.
The company has commented that Ear (2) also support quick pairing technology on Android devices (Google fast pair) and Microsoft Swift Pair on Windows devices.
The headphones are already available for purchase through the brand’s website for a price of 149 euros. It won’t be until March 28th when they will go on sale at different global Nothing partners.