Nothing offers her second pair of wireless earplugs, the Ear(2). The earplugs support multiple points for bluetooth and you get improved noise cancellation. The earplugs will debut on Wednesday, March 22nd and will once again have a suggested retail price of €149.
Adhesive Earplugs (2) To replace the ear (1). The earplugs support this generation of multipoint Bluetooth technology and can therefore be connected to two devices at the same time. In addition, the earplugs will support custom audio profiles. Users can do an audio test of this via the Nothing X app, which has also been updated.
Nothing claims active noise cancellation has improved over on-ear (1). The earplugs offer three levels of noise reduction and can now attenuate sounds by up to 40dB. The earplugs (2) also receive Hi-Res audio at up to 24-bit at 192kHz. The earphones are compatible with the LHDC 5.0 codec.
In terms of design, the earplugs have hardly changed compared to the first generation. However, the microphones have been repositioned, so they should be less sensitive to wind noise. The IP certification for dust and water resistance has also been increased from IPX4 to IP54 for the earplugs. The charging case with the ear (2) is IP55 certified.
With the charging case on, the earbuds (2) achieve up to 36 hours of battery life when the active noise cancellation is off, according to Nothing. The manufacturer also claims that the earplugs last up to eight hours after a ten-minute charge. The charging case can be charged wired via USB-C or wirelessly using the Qi standard.
The Nothing Ear (2) will be available March 22 through the Nothing website. The earplugs then have a suggested retail price of €149, just like the previous earplugs (1). Availability in other stores will follow later this month.
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