Noise cancellation comes to Xiaomi TWS headphones

As they had leaked at the beginning of the month, Xiaomi’s new wireless headphones are official: the Xiaomi Mi Air 2 Pro, the umpteenth review after we met the Mi Air 2, Xiaomi Mi Air 2s and Xiaomi Mi Air 2 SE.

The Xiaomi Mi Air 2 Pro have an appearance very similar to that of other completely wireless headphones in the house, although they stand out for being the first of their series to incorporate active noise cancellation.

Noise Canceling Wireless Headphones

It is quite difficult to keep track of Xiaomi wireless headphones, as their names vary depending on the region, but the closest predecessor of the Xiaomi Mi Air 2 Pro would be the Xiaomi Mi Air Pro from last year, which arrived in Spain under the name from Mi True Wireless Earphones. These Xiaomi Mi Air 2 Pro are basically the same but noise canceling.

According to Xiaomi, these completely wireless or TWS headphones feature active noise cancellation technology from up to 35 decibels, as easy to activate as a long touch on the headset. In addition, it has a “transparent” mode so you can listen to ambient noise without having to remove your headphones.

The Xiaomi Mi Air 2 Pro promise a low latency as low as 100 milliseconds through the use of the LHDC V3 protocol, with a few 12 mm drivers with a compound diaphragm and infrared sensor to detect when you take them off and automatically stop playback.

Regarding autonomy, Xiaomi promises a maximum autonomy of 7 hours of playback normal or five hours with noise cancellation turned on. The charging base can increase the autonomy to 20 hours with noise cancellation or 28 hours, without it.

Versions and price of the Xiaomi Mi Air 2 Pro

The Xiaomi Mi Air 2 Pro have been officially presented in China, where they will go on sale on October 15. Its international availability at the moment is unknown, although in China they will cost 699 yuan, about 87 euros to change.

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