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LG announces new active noise canceling headphones

LG has announced a new pair of headphones from the Tone Free family. Following the launch of the HBS-FN4 and HBS-FN6 models, the company unveiled a more premium version, the HBS-FN7.

The big highlight of these new headphones is the fact that they have active noise cancellation (ANC), which was not available in any of the models previously released by the company. ANC means that the headphones will use external microphones to determine the sounds that are happening around you and try to ignore them, so that the external sound does not interrupt your sound experience. In its statement, LG also revealed that these new headphones use patented ear tips that promise a tighter seal for better passive noise isolation.

And of course these new LG HBS-FN7s arrive with their UVnano case, which for those who don’t know what it is, it’s a headphone charging case, which uses ultraviolet rays to kill all the bacteria potentially. harmful every time we put the headphones on. This model also has lights on the top of the case, which allows the user to see when the headphones are charging and the status of the UVnano.

LG HBS-FN7 is now official

Like the previous two models, the audio is tuned by the Meridian, which typically works with LG on its high-end audio devices. The company offers an equalizer app with a good number of sound adjustment options.

This LG Tone Free FN7 is now available in South Korea and will soon reach more markets, such as North America, Europe and Asia.

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