Klipsch will be introducing its first pair of over-ear noise-canceling headphones at CES 2020. Despite being the audio specialist’s first product of its kind, they will retail at $399, which is more expensive than the Sony WH-1000XM3 and the same price as the Bose 700.
What are the features?
Currently, these products are being dubbed as Over-Ear Active Noise Cancelling headphones by Klipsch on its website. Engadget reports that the Indianapolis-based firm could deliver well on its new product’s price tag as it is set to hold some strong features.
The headphones will provide 40 decibels of active noise cancellation. However, for those that need to hear what’s around them, there is a switch to feature this setting on and off.
The unit will also allow owners to use a digital assistant of their choices, such as Alexa or Google assistant. Furthermore, it will connect Klipsch’s renowned sound to a device with Bluetooth 5 technology.
Altogether, the headset will be able to be powered for over 30 hours before needing to be recharged. Subsequently, a USB-C charging FlightCase will be provided as part of the package. Furthermore, the headphones will be built with “Ultra-plush memory foam earpads” in a bid to offer all-day comfort.
These headphones aren’t the only headwear that Klipsch is looking to present at CES 2020. It also has a group of wireless earphones. These include the T10 True Wireless Smart earphones, the T5 True Wireless Active Noise Canceling Smart Earphone, and the T5 True Wireless II Earphones.
Ultimately, with this range of products, Klipsch has all angles covered in the headphone market. The early 2020s will no doubt be a period that will see smart and noise-canceling headphones become a standard. Therefore, the company is kicking off the decade with a strong message.
More from CES 2020
Klipsch will be joined by several other tech firms that are looking to show off their arsenal. Samsung recently announced a range of healthcare and lifestyle projects that it will be displaying. This includes an artificial sunlight window perfect and a humanoid robot assistant.
Furthermore, its South Korean counterpart LG is also set to make itself heard. The company already shared information on its new soundbars that will adapt to a user’s room with AI. Klipsch will also be keeping a close eye on these products as it is set to promote its own range of soundbars. These will come in the form of Bar 48 and Bar 54 with Dolby Atmos surround sound technology.
CES 2020 will start in Las Vegas on January 7th and finish on January 10th. We will make sure to update on any further announcements.
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