Noble Audio Falcon Max Debuts with Revolutionary Solid-State Drivers

Noble Audio Falcon Max

Noble Audio Falcon Max is the newest addition to the brand’s ever-growing audio portfolio. But it’s unlike any other wireless earbuds you may see in the market. Instead, it packs the next big thing: solid-sate MEMS-based drivers.

To be exact, Noble Audio made a strategic partnership with xMEMS for this release. In case you don’t know who xMEMS is, this audio specialist is the pioneer of solid-state drivers. And with this launch, the Falcon Max will be among the very first wireless earbuds that utilize cutting-edge MEMS speaker technology.

But, of course, Nobile Audio Falcon Max isn’t the pair of first wireless earbuds to feature this tech. Instead, it’s the Creative Audio Aurvana Ace series that introduced earbuds with solid-state drivers to the market. You can read more about those earbuds in our in-depth coverage found in this link.

More About the Noble Audio Falcon Max

Noble Audio is a well-known audio specialist with a solid track record since 2018. So far, the brand has made many innovative moves. Among them are the earphones that came with a hybrid structure. It featured various types of drivers inside. The Kublai Khan IEM from the brand has earned it many rewards. And this time, it’s making another innovative push with the Flacon Max.

Solid-state drivers

To be exact, it’s not just the xMEMS drivers that make the new Noble Audio Falcon Max a pair of wireless earbuds. The audio specialist did a lot of things right with these buds. Here’s a quick rundown of all of its highlighted features:

Driver Configuration of the Falcon Max

As you can guess, the main highlight of the Noble Audio Falcon Max is the xMEMS drivers. To be precise, the buds come with the xMEMS Cowell, which is geared for clear high frequencies. The drivers do exceptionally well in low frequencies as well. As for the size, the drivers are 10 mm in diameter.

Falcon Max earbuds

Now, when a driver excels in high and low frequencies at the same time, it’s pretty much bound to offer all the details from the playback. And the Flacon Max aims to deliver exactly that.


Being a pair of earbuds that come with state-of-the-earth technologies, the SoC inside is high-end. It’s the newest generation Qualcomm QCC5171. This chipset belongs to the latest S5 sound platform, and it doubles down on the computing performance.

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But it’s not just the computing performance improvement that the QCC5171, a flagship SoC. In addition, it can lower power consumption by 20% when compared to Qualcomm’s previous chipsets. These two gears the Nobile Audio Falcon Max to deliver world-class performance.

Support for Advanced Codecs

A performance-focused driver setup won’t mean anything if the Falcon Max can’t offer reliable wireless transmission. Noble Audio knows that exactly well. As mentioned earlier, the buds integrate the latest SoC from Qualcomm. This chipset makes this pair of wireless buds compatible with the audiophile-favorite aptX Adaptive codec.

In addition to that, the new Falcon Max is compatible with Sony’s LDAC. Thanks to this, you are pretty much sure to get a highly detailed wireless listening experience from the new buds.

Nobile Audio Falcon Max

Another thing to note here is that the Noble Audio Falcon Max adheres to the “Trinity design principle.” It ensures that the codecs, SoC, and the drivers inside can deliver the best-in-class performance. So, you can expect to enjoy all the tiny details of your favorite tracks with these buds.

In addition, the Falcon Max supports SBC and AAC. So, it’s not like the earbuds won’t be compatible with devices that don’t have support for high-end codecs. For gamers, the wireless earbuds bring LC3 codec support, known for delivering low latency audio performance.

Bluetooth LE Audio Codec

Other Features of the Noble Audio Falcon Max

The other highlights of the Noble Audio Falcon Max include Bluetooth 5.3, which aims to offer seamless and stable wireless connections. As it is one of the latest Bluetooth standards, you get many advanced wireless features. That includes Bluetooth Multipoint, allowing you to keep the buds connected to multiple devices.

These earbuds have also gone through professional tuning by acoustic designers. As the brand says, these designers have years of experience working with award-winning audiophile audio solutions.

Other than that, the Falcon Max comes with 3rd-generation adaptive active noise cancellation (ANC) tech. It promises to offer improved sound quality by making dynamic adjustments. These adjustments consider the user’s surroundings and body movements.

Besides, there’s support for aptX Voice, which ensures high speech clarity. For enhancing comfort, the Falcon Max comes with foam tips. Besides making it easier to keep the buds on for hours, they play a crucial role in offering the right amount of sound isolation.

Pricing and Availability

The Noble Audio Falcon Max is already available. They go for $270, which is a bit higher than the xMEMS earbuds from Creative. But you need to consider that the brand is known for its audiophile-grade expertise.

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