Today, at the Huawei MateBook series conference, Huawei also announced a headphone product – FreeLace Pro neck-wearing noise-cancelling headphones.
Freelace Pro Neck-Wearing Noise-Cancelling Headphones Design And New Features
According to the official introduction, the FreeLace Pro neck-wearing noise-cancelling headset adopts a lightweight and stylish body design. It has three colors of obsidian black, spruce green, and morning white. The earphone charging box and the wire control box shell are made of aluminum alloy. The square torus is matched with the round neckband of the earphone to form a flat and three-dimensional balanced beauty. In order to improve wearing comfort, the Huawei FreeLace Pro neck-wearing noise-cancelling headphones have undergone a lot of ergonomic tests. it uses a bionic small headphone that looks like a bird. it is paired with 3 different sizes of integrated soft rubber earplugs. Its light body of about 34g, the nickel-titanium alloy memory wire built into the neckband line, and the skin-friendly silica gel are wrapped outside. So wearing is quite comfortable.
Compared with the previous generation of FreeLace, the Huawei FreeLace Pro neck-wearing noise-cancelling headphones have added dual active noise reduction functions. Through the two high-sensitivity microphones built into the headset, the noise can be accurately reduced by two times of internal and external pickup. Coupled with advanced stable noise reduction algorithms, according to Huawei laboratory test data, the maximum noise reduction amplitude can reach 40dB. Huawei FreeLace Pro is also the first headset product to obtain the ‘Bluetooth Headphone Noise Reduction Capability Certificate’ issued by the China Electronics Audio Industry Association.
The Huawei FreeLace Pro neck-wearing noise-cancelling headphones support transparent transmission of ambient sound. By pressing and holding the left earphone touch point for about 2 seconds, the ‘noise reduction’ can be switched to the ‘transparent transmission’ mode.
In addition to dual active noise reduction, the Huawei FreeLace Pro neck-wearing noise-cancelling headphones also have excellent call noise reduction capabilities. Compared with single-microphone call noise reduction, the Huawei FreeLace Pro wireless headsets use an adaptive fusion pickup system composed of 3 microphones. They can weaken environmental noise or wind noise interference, preserve pure human voice while improving call clarity.
The Huawei FreeLace Pro neck-wearing noise-cancelling headphones use a 14mm large dynamic coil unit. In fact, this is rarely seen in in-ear headphones. There is also a larger dynamic unit with a better diaphragm material and an aluminum-magnesium alloy dome with high rigidity. The low-frequency sound guide has a more delicate description of the three-frequency sound effect. With the help of software and hardware upgrades and adjustments, the sound quality of the Huawei FreeLace Pro wireless headphones has been upgraded, bringing a richer and more three-dimensional music experience.
The Huawei FreeLace Pro neck-wearing noise-cancelling headphones continue FreeLace’s unique embedded USB-C connector design. So it can use a smartphone, PC or tablet (supporting OTG function) to quickly charge the headset at any time. It also supports Bluetooth flash connection function. Smartphones or tablets with Huawei EMUI9.1 and above can automatically pop up a window to prompt Bluetooth pairing. This is more convenient than traditional Bluetooth pairing and charging methods. The Huawei FreeLace Pro wireless headset supports dual-device flash switching function. Just double-click the headset power button, and you can seamlessly switch to the previous connected device.
The back of the earplugs still retains the magnetic attraction function. They have a built-in Hall switch. The latter can automatically disconnect the Bluetooth connection and pause the music playback, when it is closed. It can quickly connect back, when separated. It can be switched on and off immediately.
According to Huawei laboratory data, it has a built-in 150mAh 3C high-efficiency lithium battery. The latter can achieve a maximum of 24 hours of use when it is fully charged. Only 5 minutes of charging can achieve 5 hours of music playback.
The Huawei FreeLace Pro neck-wearing noise-cancelling headphones cost 599 yuan ($87). It will be available for pre-sale today, and officially on sale on September 4.