The FreeAir project – affordable TWS headphones in durable metal cases – is presented on Kickstarter by the company of the same name from California. The aerospace-grade zinc alloy body is said to add confidence to the FreeAir owner. Its shape, according to the developers of the novelty, was the result of studying hundreds of models of ears of real listeners.
Inside the FreeAir is a 10mm dynamic driver, which, according to the creators of the model, can provide “a rich stereo field of surround sound”. The earbuds received an automatic turn-on function when removed from the charging case. Management – touch. Separately, the developers have taken care of the convenient activation of the voice assistant: Siri or Google.
Each of the FreeAir headphones uses its own Bluetooth channel. The CVC noise canceling function is designed to improve the quality of mobile communications. Bluetooth Low Energy technology provides longer battery life and faster data transfer rates.
The IPX6 sweatproof and waterproof rating allows you to play sports even in the rain. The headphones are ready for 8 hours of self-sustaining audio playback and up to 32 hours of battery life with the charging case. Charging is carried out via the microUSB connector.
A month before the end of the FreeAir project on Kickstarter, its founders have already raised $3,000 out of the $5,000 required for its successful implementation. The minimum price for FreeAir headphones with delivery promised in November was $60.