Xiaomi noise cancellation headphones launched in China.
Priced at RMB 299 (Rs 3,000 approximately).
No news of the headphone's launch in India yet.
At an event in China yesterday, Xiaomi announced new noise cancelling headphones. Priced at RMB 299 (Rs 3,000 approximately), the headphones are scheduled to go on sale today, that is December 12, but only in China. There’s currently no word on when these headphones will be launched in India.
As reported by My Drivers, the new Xiaomi headphones make use of a moving coil and acoustic architecture, which is meant to offer a rich and delicate sound quality. The architecture of the product is believed to place the new Mi headphone ahead of other noise-cancelling headphones, which usually experience lower sound quality when noise reduction is turned on. The Xiaomi headphones feature the Japanese Hi-Res Audio standard certification, and can restore sound quality up to CD-level.
In terms of design, the headphones sport an earplug design with a soft cone. It comes in solid black, and has an elastic clip at the back that makes for easy usage. Apparently, the noise reduction box, metal clip and headphones are all manufactured using the 6-series aluminum alloy.
The control panel of the Xiaomi noise cancelling headphones features a volume control, pause button, as well as a two-speed noise reduction switch with support for 50-1500Hz broadband active noise reduction, and 20dB maximum noise suppression.
Additionally, the Xiaomi headset comes with a built-in 55mAh battery, which can be charged using a micro-USB port onboard. Xiaomi claims that the headphone battery can be charged to a full 100 percent in just two hours, and it is capable of delivering up to 12 hours of continuous usage.