Iris has released flow wireless headphones with a built-in algorithm for recovering compressed recordings
These are large full-size wireless headphones with a switch on the case that activates the proprietary algorithm. Any tunes — tracks from Spotify and Apple Music, podcasts, audiobooks, or videos from Netflix-are subject to improvising.
The cups are equipped with beryllium emitters with a diameter of 40mm in special acoustic chambers. The headphones are connected to the sources via Bluetooth 5.1 and support the aptX HD, aptX LL and AAC codecs, but you can also connect them with a cable with 3.5 mm plugs — it is included, as well as a 6.35 mm adapter. On Board, according to the developers, there is a DAC and an amplifier of “audiophile quality”. Ear pads are removable, with magnets, which makes them easier to clean. Headphones play from 5Hz to 20kHz. The battery will last them for 37 hours of operation, and if you turn on the proprietary algorithm-for 30. The USB-C connector is used for charging.
Now Iris Flow Headphones in black or white colors can be taken to IndieGoGo as part of a crowdfunding campaign for 269£ — after fundraising, the cost of the headphones will be 319$. The project has already gained more than 60,000£ with a goal of 50,000, with 30 days left until the end of the campaign.