LG introduces wireless headphones that can suppress noise and clean itself
LG introduces wireless headphones that can suppress noise and clean itself

LG released its TWS Free TWS wireless earbuds in June, which features a self-cleaning case that uses ultraviolet light.

The South Korean company has now announced a new speaker model HBS-FN7 that has the same charging case but helps reduce noise.

LG's new headphones are equipped with three microphones on each speaker to monitor and synthesize ambient noise. The microphone is developed with Meridian Audio technology and features an in-ear canal design.

LG's new headset is paired with mobile devices via Bluetooth 5.1 and supports Bluetooth SBC and AAC codecs.

These headphones have unique features in the charging case, which use the company's proprietary UV nano cleaning technology.

The charging case uses UV technology, which allows the earbuds to be cleaned with UV rays while charging the earbuds, which kills the bacteria and bacteria that live in the earbuds. LG claims this feature can kill 99.9% of E. Escherichia coli and S. Golden yellow 2. The box is connected via USB-C and the box's battery life is around 15 hours.

The company first demonstrated the concept in South Korea last year with its TONE Free headphones.

The new headphones are easy to use and durable because they are rated IPX4 to prevent splashes, rain and sweat while you work. It supports voice commands and allows easy access to the connected Google Assistant or Apple Assistant via a smartphone.

Touch controls built into each earbud allow the listener to play and pause music, skip the current track, and control without using the phone.

The new LG Tone Free FN7 headphones are already available in South Korea for $ 194. It is expected to reach other parts of Asia, Europe and North Africa in the fourth quarter of this year.

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