Tronsmart introduces the Apollo Bold, a hybrid active noise canceling wireless headset

Apple launched in 2016 the first iPhone without a headphone jack, a movement that has been followed little by little by the rest of the manufacturers and practically today it is very difficult to find a smartphone with this type of connection. This move has forced users to switch to wireless headphones.

Although Apple was not the first company to launch wireless headset, Samsung and Bragi already offered these types of products, it was not until the launch of AirPods in 2016 (the same year in which it removed the headphone jack) when wireless headset they became a trend.

Although Apple was not the first company to launch wireless headphones, Samsung and Bragi already offered these types of products

As the years have gone by, the needs of users do not simply go through wireless headphones with good autonomy, but also give more importance to the benefits that they can offer. In this sense, noise cancellation is one of the most important characteristics for 36% of users looking for this type of headphones.

The manufacturer Tronsmart has just introduced the Apollo Bold , hybrid active noise canceling headphones in collaboration, once again, with processor manufacturer Qualcomm. The new Tronsmart headphones make use of the QCC5124 processor, a processor that is not yet found in any other device on the market.

The Apollo Bold from Tronsmart, supports active noise cancellation and bluetooth signal processing, allowing both functions to offer the best performance working both together . Most wireless headphones currently available on the market use one chip for bluetooth connection and one for active noise cancellation.

Tronsmart headphones are designed with this hybrid technology that also allows noise cancellation in a wide range

These new Tronsmart headphones are designed with this hybrid technology that also allows noise cancellation in a wide range , to achieve a better result, allowing noise cancellation of up to 35 dB to be achieved, for the maximum 28 dB that most headphones offer. wireless on the market.

Another novelty that we find in these new headphones from Tronsmart is the use of synchronized signal transmission technology. This allows the bluetooth signal to be sent simultaneously to both the left and right earphones . Many of the wireless headphones on the market, one of them is the one that receives the signal and then passes it to the other headphone, which can sometimes cause a delay in synchronization.

The Apollo Bold from Tronsmart, supports active noise cancellation and bluetooth signal processing

Tronsmart Apollo Bold Specifications

Compatible with aptX to offer excellent sound quality.
It has 6 microphones that offer good sound quality and also allows the noise cancellation system to offer such good results.
It has three modes : ANC (noise cancellation), Music and Transparency (reduces ambient sound without completely isolating ourselves from the environment).
Autonomy of 30 hours of music playback thanks to the charging case.
Each charge allows us to use the headphones for 10 hours.
It has a function that detects when we place the headphones in the ear to pause or resume music playback.
In September launch an application for mobile devices that will allow us to equalize the audio.

Tronsmart has just introduced the Apollo Bold , hybrid active noise canceling headphones in collaboration, once again, with processor manufacturer Qualcomm

Participate in the draw for some Apollo Bold

The most direct rival of the Apollo Bold, are the AirPods Pro, but these are 46% cheaper , so if the budget does not contemplate paying the more than 25o euros that Apple headphones cost, you should consider this option .

To celebrate the launch of the Apollo Bold, Tronsmart has prepared a raffle , a raffle that will be active between July 15 and 31 and with which we can win one of the 2nd Apollo Bold that raffles.

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