Whether you listen to music, podcasts, people at the Zoom conference or just call, you may have found that you have been wasting more time than ever with the pages in your ears. It has been necessary for the ear canal to give us the best sound (by eliminating unnecessary noise), feel free to wear it and maintain good battery life.
Look no further. A team of London artists, working with an Italian design team, has developed a Sonobo wireless headphone jack (which is waterproof) that does all of this and more.
The Sonobo ONE entry is ideal for everyday use. Even at the lowest level, it has a clear voice that delivers clear voice through its well-adjusted drivers. It has ultra-low latency – that is, no delay – so it is also good for players and videos. It connects quickly via Bluetooth LE and has a decent life span of up to 10 hours.
And while the size is adequate, it is easy to wear. It comes with a choice of everyday silicon ear plugs and four ear-splitting ear plugs, so you should find one that offers the right fit.
Listening for fun and safety
Sonobo headphones are distinguished by a unique and sophisticated design, including a Awareness V2 interface that can adjust the volume depending on where you live. This is useful if you want to know the amount of traffic around you, if you are riding a bike. The SideTone feature helps to resolve your incoming verbal responses.
SLTMS (Safe time Listening Management System) can help protect your ears, while the SafeSonics system tests shortened tests to determine how your ears respond to a particular sound. SafeSonics also monitors listening and reading – based on feedback from NIOSH (National Institute for Occupational Health and Safety) and WHO (World Health Organization) – and how long it takes to listen. You will receive a notification in your phone when it is time for you to turn it off or off.
And if you come across a loud noise like a motorcycle, Sonobo’s GunSonics acts as a computer self-defense system, preventing noise from occurring.
Power of SmartCase
The real power of Sonobo’s ears, however, lies in his SmartCase. Although the option works as a recorder and a headset, it is designed to be used in combination with audio. Inside are four HD microphones that work in contrast to the headphones themselves by providing long-range Noise and Voice Locking.
Just place SmartCase next to the source of your noise – say, lover – and Remote Noise Cancellation cleverly examples the noise and make it disappear.
VoiceBoost works differently, enhancing the sound of conversations. For example, when you put your case on the table, his four mics just look at the discussion and take away what the hard mics are picking up.
The SmartCase has a decent 3650mAh battery, and you can even plug in the Sonobo ONE ear plugs up to 75 times. It doubles as a USB power bank. The cover can also serve as a wireless charger to charge other Qi compatible devices.
Sonobo headphones are delivered via the latest Kickstarter campaign. It is so successful that the company is close to doubling its $ 26K target.
ONE Sonobo comes in two colors; black and orange or white and orange. It is shipped with a pocket case charger and charging cable and comes with a two-year warranty. Prices start at $ 125 or $ 239 with SmartCase added.
Additional Types of Pro and Elite
There are also two additional types available through Kickstarter campaign. The Sonobo Pro has six drivers inside each ear, each delivered frequently, while the Sonobo Elite has 18 unmistakable drivers with excellent sound quality. Both models offer amazing 24bit / 96kHz audio over high-definition audio via Bluetooth 5.2 LE. Prices start at $ 375 and $ 625 and include Sonobo SmartCase.
Add your Sonobo ONE, PRO or ELITE to the best price via Kickstarter. You can also find out more on Sonobo pa place.
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Greg Gazin, also known as Gadget Guy and Gadget Greg, and syndicated former technical secretary, communications, leadership and technical speaker, lead at Crestcom Countriesl, blogger, podcaster and author. Reach out to her @gadgetgreg or on GadgetGuy.ca.
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