Noise Flair XL Neckband Earphones Launched in India

The Noise Flair XL features what the company refers to as “TruBass.” The latter is an enhancement mode that boosts the earbuds’ low frequency range or bass response in order to provide a sound signature with strong bass. Noise asserts that the Flair XL also features “Hyper Sync,” which enables pairing with the most recent smartphone simply by separating the earbuds from their magnetic ear tip attachment.

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Noise Flair XL

Noise, an Indian manufacturer of audio and accessories, has announced the release of a new set of reasonably priced wireless headphones. The Noise Flair XL earbuds make the claim that they can provide 80 hours of listening time on a single charge cycle and also support quick charging. A new set of completely wireless neckband earbuds, the Flair XL, is part of a succession of items that are becoming progressively scarce as more and more consumers and companies switch to them. But for those who favour the neckband design and other features, the earbuds are a cost-effective choice.

Noise Flair XL specifications and features

Noise asserts that the Flair XL also features “Hyper Sync,” which enables pairing with the most recent smartphone simply by separating the earbuds from their magnetic ear tip attachment. This should then make usability and ergonomics easier.

The Noise Flair XL features what the company refers to as “TruBass.” The latter is an enhancement mode that boosts the earbuds’ low-frequency range or bass response in order to provide a sound signature with strong bass. In addition, the earphones have an environmental sound reduction capability that, while not intended to improve the audio quality of music playback through the earphones, does improve the call clarity and audibility.

The earphone has Bluetooth 5.2 connectivity, which makes the Hyper Sync feature of the earbuds possible. Additionally, it has Dual Pairing, which enables it to sync with two smartphones simultaneously, making it easy to switch between devices when you have several everyday items, as well as a low latency mode for seamless connectivity while gaming.

The IPX5 durability certification for usage during workouts is another important feature because it is sweat-and water-resistant. The earphones’ final boast is that they can provide 80 hours of nonstop audio listening with just one charge cycle. Additionally, Noise claims that 10 minutes of charging via its USB-C connector will provide 15 hours of playback time through the Flair XL earphones.

Noise Flair XL price

The Noise Flair XL earphones are now available for buy online and have just gone on sale. Both Noise’s own web store and the e-commerce site Flipkart now sell the earbuds. The Flair XL is available from both stores for Rs 1,499 and comes in four colour options: Mist Grey, Burgundy, Jet Black, and Stone Blue.

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