Edifier launches its first-gen Hi-Res-certified TWS earbuds through Indiegogo
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Edifier is a brand known for audio equipment, the NB2 Pros, a pair of TWS earbuds that look like stocky, angular AirPods included. Its latest NeoBuds Pro look a lot like them, although the OEM asserts they are upgraded in several important ways.
The new earphones start off in that regard in that they have ANC. Edifier claims that they can block unwanted noise of up to 42 decibels (dB). However, unlike most earbuds with this spec, the NeoBuds Pro are Hi-Res certified, a first for TWS accessories (or so the OEM claims).
The Edifier NeoBuds Pro also have dynamic drivers with Knowles balanced armatures, and are rated for a frequency response that goes from 20 hertz (Hz) all the way to 40,000Hz, whereas the average peripheral goes up to 20,000Hz.
Edifier's new buds support the LHDC, AAC and SBC codecs, and have a case that confers up to 24 hours and can add up to 1 hour of playback following 10 minutes of charging via USB type-C. The NeoBuds Pro are now available as a reward on its Indiegogo campaign, going for US$89 at present.