Following the announcement of the Xiaomi Mi Air 2 Pro headset configuration last week, Weibo blogger @DSP-Charles once again released a large number of real images and a hands-on demonstration video. According to the report, the Xiaomi Mi Air 2 Pro does not need a phone for most of its features. You can simply press and hold the back key to switch the noise reduction mode.
This device comes with three noise reduction modes: active noise reduction + passive noise reduction mode, passive noise reduction mode, Ambient sound mode.
- Noise reduction on = active noise reduction + passive noise reduction
- Transparent mode = ambient sound mode
- Noise reduction level = passive noise reduction
It is worth mentioning that only dual ears support switching modes, single ears will automatically switch to transparent mode.
A few days ago, the same blogger claimed that this earphone is a noise-canceling device that is comparable to the standard AirPods Pro. This device weighs about 6.5g which makes it very comfortable in terms of weight. It uses a hybrid feedforward and feedback digital noise reduction. Furthermore, the noise reduction strength is 35dB. This headset also comes with a 12mm dynamic coil unit and supports up to 7 hours of battery life.
However, it only supports up to 7 hours of battery life when the noise reduction feature is off. If this feature is on, the battery lasts for about 5 hours. In addition, this device will also support a wireless charging feature. Also, this earphone comes with a voice wake-up as well as the “transparent mode” feature. The audio delay is 100ms and this device supports AAC and LHDC decoding.
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Xiaomi Mi Air 2 Pro to arrive on October 13th
In addition to the information from @DSP-Charles, popular Weibo blogger, @DigitalChatStation also claims that this device will arrive in October. It will come with the comprehensive strength of TWS but at the same price. According to @DSP-Charles, this device will officially arrive on October 13th.
Presently, Xiaomi’s Air series headsets include Air 2 SE and Air 2s. However, these devices do not support active noise reduction. As a result, we didn’t expect that the Air 2 Pro will introduce this feature. However, it is a step in the right direction for the Chinese manufacturer. It is following the current flagship trend that is obtainable in today’s market. What do you think about this device? Let us know your thoughts in the comment section below.