Noble Audio Falcon Max: A new generation of headphones with xMEMS technology

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High-quality audio lovers have a new reason to rejoice: Noble Audio has announced the release of its latest wireless headphones, the Falcon Max. These are not just another TWS headphones, but a real breakthrough thanks to the use of innovative drivers from xMEMS Labs.

Known for its unique headphones for musicians and audiophiles, Noble Audio has opted for a hybrid design using xMEMS micro speakers. This technology promises new horizons in sound quality, phase consistency and high frequency extension. Falcon Max features xMEMS Labs’ monolithic Cowell micro-drivers, the world’s smallest, and a 10mm high-performance dynamic driver for low frequencies, delivering high resolution across the entire frequency range.

In addition to xMEMS technology, Falcon Max headphones feature Qualcomm’s latest SoC design, providing compatibility with Sony’s aptX Adaptive and LDAC codecs for high-quality, lossless audio. With support for Bluetooth 5.3, the headphones also receive Snapdragon Sound certification from Qualcomm and support AAC, aptX adaptive (24-bit/96kHz, Lossless), as well as SBC for Bluetooth Classic and LC3 for LE-Audio.

A special feature of Falcon Max is the ability to customize the sound through the application, as well as the third generation of active noise cancellation (ANC) technology, which dynamically adjusts the level of noise reduction depending on the user’s movements and the surrounding environment. Additionally, the earbuds support Bluetooth multipoint connectivity and aptX Voice for crystal clear voice quality.

Falcon Max will go on sale at the end of December 2023 with a suggested price of $270.

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