Back in 2015, the Swedish company was Earin. Now its third generation A-3 earbuds have been unveiled. And if they removed their trademark extruding stems, standard AirPods look alike, then they will see a lot. The new Colors are set to kickstarter on January 14 for $ 199 in black and silver colors and will hit Amazon and other retailers over the next few months, Arlin says.
Like AirPods, they have an “open” design, meaning that there is no silicone ear tip to jam your ear. The advantage of an open design is that it can be more comfortable. The downside is that there is leakage of sound from the outside world, making open-designed earbuds harder to use in noisy environments, and they can sometimes be a bit lacking in the bass department. Furthermore, for some people, they may not safely fit as noise-isolating earbuds. (I have trouble keeping standard AirPods in my ears, but many others do not.)
I haven’t tried the new A-3 buds yet, so I can’t tell you how they fit or perform, but they probably represent the future of true wireless earbuds, and more with more companies. Develop thoughtful design. Apple stemsThere is a little bit of standard AirPods and rumor that the company might .
For the specs, the A-3 buds have an IPX52 water resistance rating (they can withstand a continuous spray of water but are not completely waterproof) and provide 5 hours of battery life with up to five additional charges from its charging case We do. They have 14mm drivers, Bluetooth 5.0 and Qualcomm’s high-end QCC5121 chipsets. AAC andAudio codecs are supported (some Android devices such as Samsung Galaxy smartphones support aptX streaming but iPhones do not).
AirPods are known to work very well for making calls, partly due to diffuse stems that sit close to your mouth and home beam forming microphones that clearly capture your voice . When you remove the stems, you lose the technical advantage for voice calls. Earin says the company has overcome an external microphone by combining it with technology that detects your voice through your ear with a speech-detecting accelerometer. If it moved to a stem-free design for the next generation of AirPods, Apple would use similar technology.