Sunday, September 11, 2016

Libratone's active noise-cancelling earbuds rely on Lightning for power

Hopefully Apple packs a larger battery inside its rumored headphone jack-free next iPhone, because there's about to be another power suck: headphones. Libratone, the company famed for adding a handle to a Bluetooth speaker, has struck on another obvious innovation by killing the battery pack and powering its new Q Adapt In-Ear headphones with active noise cancellation from an iPhone or iPad's Lightning connector — a trick Philips brought to over-the-ear headphones back in 2015.

Noise cancellation isn't everybody's favorite thing, but thankfully Libratone has made the feature adjustable with its "CityMix" feature, letting you set exactly how much noise you want cancelled on a scale of 1 to 5.

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