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Libratone AIR+ (2nd Gen): Danish wireless buds with Smart Audio Tuning

Libratone accompanied its second generation Libratone AIR + headphones with the slogan: “More stable. More powerful. ” These properties are realized by the 5.3mm drivers, which, in combination with the Qualcomm QCC5141 chipset, are intended to provide, according to the manufacturer, rich, balanced sound over a wide frequency range.

External sounds are captured by a pair of microphones, which, in addition to telephone conversations with intelligent speech enhancement, are also involved in the noise reduction system. The hybrid ANC system suppresses external noise with an efficiency of up to 30 dB, and the CityMix Smart function adapts it to the situation and behavior of the owner: running, walking, immobility, the influence of the wind, phone calls.

True Wireless Mirroring technology is designed to provide reliable wireless communication using Bluetooth 5.2 with the aptX codec. The earbuds can quickly switch between the last three wireless audio sources at the touch of a touch button.

 

The buttons themselves can be reassigned in the proprietary Libratone application, compatible with iOS and Android. There is also a headphone fit test for the best sound isolation. Smart Audio Tuning is designed to adapt the sound to your individual needs.

 

The second generation Libratone AIR + is available in black or white. The earbuds are IP54 certified with dust, sweat and splash resistance. The earbuds will work 6 hours from their own batteries, and 18 more will be added by a charging case equipped not only with a USB-C port, but also with compatibility with Qi wireless chargers. The charge level will be indicated by a three-LED indicator.

The second generation Libratone AIR + fully wireless headphones are already on sale – in Europe they will cost 199 euros.

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