Tronsmart joins Qualcomm to develop your new “True Wireless” headphones with Active Noise Canceling (ANC), Graphene driver and autonomy of up to 10 hours on a single charge and 30 hours in total. The new Apollo Bold from Tronsmart want to compete directly with AirPods at a much lower price.
First there were the «True Wireless» headphones (TWS) with the AirPods as a market reference, but now users are also beginning to ask for Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), the main novelty brought by the new Apple AirPods Pro. This feature, reserved until not long ago for large and heavy headband headphones at prohibitive prices, is gradually making its way between the TWS headphones. Tronsmart has teamed up with Qualcomm, one of the world’s leading microchip manufacturers, to develop the technology necessary for its new Apollo Bold headphones, and the fruit has been the chip QCC5124 that will be used for the first time in this new model of headphones.
Unlike other headphone models that need one chip for noise cancellation and another for Bluetooth transmission, these Apollo Bold only need the chip QCC5124 for these tasks, plus it achieves even better noise cancellation. Unlike common models that can only cancel noise up to 25-28dB, Tronsmart Apollo Bold can achieve noise cancellation of up to 35dB. Other characteristics of this product are:
- Graphene controller with aptX decoding
- Six microphones for better sound quality and calls
- LDS Laser Antenna
- Three modes of use: Noise Cancellation, Music and Transparency
- Up to 10 hours on a single charge, 30 hours in total using the battery case
- Ear detection function
Where to buy the Apollo Bold?
And the best of all is that its price is about € 108 in stores like Aliexpress (link). To celebrate the launch of the product, Tronsmart has prepared a raffle that will run from July 15 to July 31. For more information you can go to the following link: https://www.tronsmart.com/all-for-music.html