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Nothing goes into the earlobes (stick) with a tube case for 119 euros – picture and sound – news

Nothing entered the earbuds (sticky). The wireless earbuds are very similar to the company’s earbuds (1), but they don’t have silicone earcups and they don’t have active noise cancellation. The headphones come in a tube-shaped charging box and cost 119 euros.

The earbuds received 12.6 mm drivers, making them larger than 11.6 mm drivers None ear (1) ears. earplugs (stick) according to nothing be able to produce a relatively rich bass sound. With the three built-in microphones and associated software, an audio scan can also be performed to check how much bass escapes when using the earbuds. Based on these results, the ear equalizer (stick) will be adjusted. Microphones are also used to filter out background noise during conversations and to better record audio.

Nothing offers wireless earbuds an IP54 rating. This means that it is resistant to dust, stains and sweat. The earbuds (stick) can play music for 7 hours on a single charge. Including a tube-shaped storage box battery, which is said to be 29 hours. The box should also be easier to store thanks to its shape. The battery in the case can be charged via the USB-C port and also includes a button for pairing the earbuds to a Bluetooth device.

The earphones support AAC and SBC codecs. Users will be able to set its equalizer via Nothing X app for Android and iOS. This also allows changing the operation of the earbuds. The ear sticks (stick) come in a transparent version with white elements and red details. The design is very reminiscent of the Nothing Ear (1) earplugs released by the company in July of this year inserted for 99 euros. The cost of those ears Since October 26 By the way, 149 euros. The earplugs (stick) cost €119 and will be available from November 4.

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