Items tagged with active noise cancellation

What is all that noise and hullabaloo? It sounds like Amazon introducing the all-new Echo Buds that are smaller, lighter, and produce better sound for just $119. Announced today, the new Echo Buds have a wealth of new technologies which make them better than before. The big selling point of the new Echo Buds is that they are 20% smaller, lightweight, and IPX4 rated, meaning they can withstand splashes, sweat, and light rain. This means they can go nearly wherever you go and should be comfortable and hopefully imperceptible throughout the day. The earbuds also come with four ear tip sizes and two wingtip sizes, so you can customize them for your best fit and seal for audio quality. Making sure... Read more...
The Jabra Elite 75t (and its Elite Active 75t counterparts) is among the best wireless Bluetooth earbuds that are currently available on the market. The earbuds have won praise for their form-fitting design, sweat/water resistance, and HearThrough technology that allows ambient noise to passthrough so that you're not totally oblivious to what's happening around you. However, one feature that has eluded the Elite 75t is active noise canceling (ANC). Jabra promised back in September that it would bring ANC to the Elite 75 in October, and true to its word, that update is now available. We should caution; however, this update adds what Jabra is calling "Standard" ANC, rather than the "Advanced" ANC... Read more...
When Evan Blass talks, we listen, as the notorious leaker has a stellar record of spilling the beans on unreleased products prior to their official launch. The latest product leak from Blass comes in the form of the successor to Samsung's popular Galaxy Buds wireless earbuds. According to Blass, they will be called the Galaxy Buds+ and will be going head-to-head with Apple's recently launched AirPods Pro. In fact, SamMobile claims that the new Galaxy Buds+ were developed under the model designation SM-R175, and that they will have the same amount of storage onboard as the Galaxy Buds: 8GB. Samsung Galaxy Buds The interesting development, however, is that like the AirPods Pro,... Read more...
As Black Friday bargains start to arrive, you may want to shop for a new wireless router, depending on old your current one is and whether it supports WPA2 (or later) encryption. Otherwise, you may soon find yourself unable to connect. Microsoft posted a list of features it plans to deprecate in Windows 10, and one of them is the older (and much weaker) WEP protocol. "Since the 1903 release, a warning message has appeared when connecting to Wi-Fi networks secured with WEP or TKIP (which are not as secure as those using WPA2 or WPA3). In a future release, any connection to a Wi-Fi network using these old ciphers will be disallowed. Wi-Fi routers should be updated to use AES ciphers, available... Read more...