Prior to the February 7 launch of the OnePlus 11 and OnePlus Buds Pro 2, the company has now officially announced that the TWS will enable spatial audio, which is very intriguing. I have some interesting details about the OnePlus Buds Pro 2 let’s discuss them one by one.
OnePlus Buds Pro 2 Spatial Audio Feature
The OnePlus Buds Pro 2 will be among the first devices to enable spatial audio in Android 13, according to OnePlus. Creates a more immersive listening experience by creating a 3D soundstage, making it feel like the audio is coming from different directions.
The 11mm woofers and 6mm drivers of the Buds Pro 2 are expected to deliver very rich audio. Additionally, “MelodyBoost” drivers, which OnePlus claims will enhance voices and guarantee that bass doesn’t overpower other sound characteristics, are being used.
Additionally, OnePlus has implemented a custom stereo up-mixing technique to give normal mainstream audio and audio from the video applications a multi-dimensional touch. Playing video games will also benefit from spatial audio.
OnePlus India on Twitter: “Jump into an unparalleled listening experience on the #OnePlusBudsPro2. Feel every beat and hear every note with deeper bass and crisp vocals, thanks to our new dual-driver technology co-created with Dynaudio.Coming Soon! https://t.co/MBZI2h3iGQ pic.twitter.com/K9FzD7z8AR / Twitter”
Jump into an unparalleled listening experience on the #OnePlusBudsPro2. Feel every beat and hear every note with deeper bass and crisp vocals, thanks to our new dual-driver technology co-created with Dynaudio.Coming Soon! https://t.co/MBZI2h3iGQ pic.twitter.com/K9FzD7z8AR
In addition to this, OnePlus says that the Buds Pro 2 will be available in all countries with Google’s Fast Pair, which makes it simple to add the headphones to new devices and link them all to one Google Account. Even better, OnePlus has included smart audio switching in the Buds Pro 2, a Google feature that is exclusive to the Pixel Buds Pro.
In addition, the Buds Pro 2 feature ANC, has a playback length of up to 39 hours, has Dynaudio tuning, has 54ms ultra-low gaming latency, and Hi-Res Audio, and that’ tip of the iceberg. Apparently, it will cost Rs 11,999, according to a recent leak. The OnePlus 11 and the OnePlus Keyboard will be released in India on February 7 together with the OnePlus Buds Pro 2. Ahead are more developments, so check back.
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