Sennheiser has launched its new true wireless stereo (TWS) earphones with several improvements over their predecessors. This audio device is called Sennheiser Sport True Wireless, which is amplified with the Qualcomm aptX codec. For the battery, this TWS offers up to 27 hours of use.
The Sennheiser Sport True Wireless earphones are sports-focused devices, and are claimed to be capable of delivering high-quality audio performance. This product has three sizes of ear tips and four sizes of fins for optimal comfort. Sennheiser Sport True Wireless also comes with water, sweat and dust resistance thanks to IP54 certification.
Inside, Sennheiser equips the TWS Sport True Wireless with a 7mm driver to promise a suitable sound at various frequencies. It was previously explained that these earphones have a high-quality aptX codec, but the device also offers other codecs such as AAC and SBC.
Reporting from Gizmochina (23/4), this TWS has a wireless system based on Bluetooth 5.2. Thus, it promises longer range and more stability on connected devices. The battery of each earphone lasts up to 9 hours without the case.
Sennheiser Sport users adjust their music listening experience through the Focus EQ setting, so that they have a balanced sound for each sound frequency. The Adaptable Acoustic system allows the earphones to sound either closed or open-back. There is also a Sennheiser Smart Control application to control the device via a cellphone.
The Sennheiser Sport True Wireless will be available for shipping starting May 3. It will be available in several markets across Europe and the US, selling for $130