LG has expanded its range of wireless headphones with the release of the new Tone Free FN7. The novelty is in many ways similar to the previous model Tone Free FN6, including it retained the function of killing germs using the ultraviolet emitters built into the charging case. At the same time, the new generation headphones support the active noise canceling function.
The LG Tone Free FN7 Wireless Headphones contain three microphones that “track sound waves from all directions.” This makes it possible to almost completely eliminate background noise. The included charging case UVnano, according to the manufacturer, can kill 99.9% of E. coli and Staphylococcus aureus bacteria on the inner mesh of the headphones.
As for the possibilities for sound reproduction, the new items received 6-mm emitters with a double-layer membrane. The devices use Meridian technology for enhanced sound and realistic reproduction. It also talks about deeper and richer bass than ever before. Additionally, the ability to customize the sound using the equalizer in the application is supported.
The earbuds can work offline for up to 7 hours, and when the active noise canceling function is activated, the autonomy is reduced to 5 hours. When using a charging case, autonomy reaches 21 and 15 hours, respectively.
The LG Tone Free FN7 Wireless Headphones are already available to order in South Korea, and will be available in other countries later this year. The price of the new item has not yet been specified.
Source: The verge