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ENACFIRE claims its new A9 TWS earbuds offer ANC and call quality on a budget

The new ENACFIRE A9 earbuds. (Source: ENACFIRE)
The new ENACFIRE A9 earbuds. (Source: ENACFIRE)
ENACFIRE has announced A9 TWS earbuds with active noise cancellation (ANC). This spec is delivered via "smart noise-detect mics" rated to cut out up to 80% of ambient noise while also providing a 'Transparency' mode. The buds also feature IPX7 ingress-protection, a quad-mic system for call quality and a launch price of US$40.

ENACFIRE has made its new A9 ANC wireless earbuds official in the UK and US markets. The OEM claims that their internal "smart" mics evaluate environmental sound levels up to 120 times per second in order to cancel it out while this mode is on. On the other hand, they also feature a Transparency mode, toggled on or off via touch controls, for when the user wants to remain more aware of their surroundings.

The earbuds also have 4 mics, as well as "environmental call noise cancellation technology", dedicated to maintaining call quality. They are rated to confer a sensitivity of 100 to 3000Hz on this function for "the ultimate hands-free experience".

ENACFIRE also asserts the A9s can deliver audio with "deep bass" that can be "extra loud" if necessary. They are of the AirPod-clone variety, although the OEM claims their ergonomics mean they can fit and stay easily in any ear. Therefore, with their IPX7 rating, they might also be useful for workouts.

The ENACFIRE A9 Bluetooth earbuds are rated for a total of 32 hours of battery life, for which a case with USB type C fast-charging is provided. They are available on Amazon from now with a starting price of US$39.99 at present, or £59.99 in the UK.

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ENACFIRE Press Release

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Deirdre O'Donnell, 2021-03-18 (Update: 2021-03-18)