Australian firm Audiofly has unveiled a new version of its fully wireless earbuds. According to the manufacturer’s information, the AFT2 was created based on the recommendations and feedback from professional musicians. The AFT2 concept is to try to make comfortable headphones with quality sound at an affordable price.
AFT2 used specially tuned 6 mm speakers, Bluetooth 5.0 modules (aptX and AAC), touch control and cVc (ClearVoice Capture) system, which can remove unnecessary noise during telephone conversations.
One full charge of the earbuds will last for 10 hours of music playback. The metal case can give another 25 hours. As a result, a music lover will be able to count on 35 hours of music. It takes 90 minutes to fully charge the earbuds. The charged case holds the battery up to 200 hours.
The firm has made a special emphasis on comfort: according to Audiofly, the design of the new headphones follows the solutions used in professional models, which means increased comfort for long sessions. Silicone tips should not only isolate well from extraneous noise, but also create the effect of headphones with individual parameters under the user’s ear.
As for additional bonuses, it is worth noting moisture protection and unusual design. The headphones are available in four unique colors: Gum Leaf, Sunset, Sand and Granite.
In the US, the cost of the AFT2 TWS headphones was $130.