In June this year, LG presented the HBS-FN6 Tone Free TWS headphones with a case that, using UV radiation, cleans the headphones by 99.9% of bacteria like E. coli and S. aureus. Now the company has introduced a new version of the HBS-FN7 headphones, but with support for the active noise canceling system.

Each earbud is equipped with three microphones, which help analyze and cut out external noise so that you can enjoy listening to music without turning the volume to maximum. The novelty also received a Bluetooth 5.1 module for connecting to sound sources with support for SBC and AAC codecs.

LG notes that the HBS-FN7 was tuned by specialists from Meridian Audio, a UK-based audio equipment company. An equalizer is available in the proprietary Tone Free application, which allows you to adjust the sound to personal preferences. The capacity of the built-in batteries should be enough for about 5 hours of listening to music with noise cancellation on (another 15 hours is added by the case). There is protection against moisture according to IPX4 standard. The case supports wireless charging.

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The cost of the LG HBS-FN7 Tone Free in Korea is about $ 192. In Europe and America, the new product will go on sale in the fourth quarter of 2020.

Sources: Engadget, NDTV, Pocket-lint

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