Not only do LG’s new Tone Free FN7 buds kill germs, but it also has active noise cancellation so you can enjoy a clean listening experience.
Are you curious about wireless earbuds that also kill germs? Check out LG’s new Tone Free FN7 buds. The charging case emits UV light that kills germs. However, LG is putting the earbuds a cut above. The new models also have active noise cancellation (ANC).
LG Tone Free Buds
The Verge reports that LG’s FN7 buds also have silicone ear tips and a “twist-fit Vortex Ribs design.” This design helps the buds block out outside noise without turning on noise cancellation.
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— The Verge (@verge) October 27, 2020
Moreover, the FN7 buds use three microphones that detect sounds from all detections. These mics also erase all background noise. If you turn on ANC, the buds block out all noises. You’ll hear every note and voice. You don’t even lose out on details if you turn up the volume.
Battery Life and Other Specs
If you listen with ANC, you’ll enjoy five hours of battery life. Otherwise, you’ll get seven hours of use. With the case, battery life increases to 15 hours with ANC and 21 hours without ANC.
The FN7 buds also offer EQ and richer, fuller bass. Inside the box, you’ll also find the buds’ UVnano charging case. According to LG, the case can kill 99.9% of E. coli and S. aureus bacteria on the buds’ inner mesh. The case also has an LED that lights up to tell you how much juice your buds have left.
However, LG is not alone in the earbuds market. Bose, Jabra, and Apple each have buds with active noise cancellation. Let’s see if the germ-killing LG buds can rise above its rivals.
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