Final UX3000 Wireless Noise Canceling Over-Ear Headphones
The renowned firm Japanese Final has just announced the commercialization of the UX3000some wireless circumaural headphones with active noise cancellation (ANC) carefully tuned to offer a audiophile level sound. The UX3000 are the first headphones created by Final that include active noise cancellation based on the concept of hybrid noise cancellation, a solution that allows avoid degradation of the sound quality inherent to conventional noise cancellation schemes, in which the transducers emit a special electronic sound above the music or voice to be reproduced. On the other hand, many wireless headphones rely heavily on software-based equalizers to make their sound adjustments, the result being unpleasant behavior in the high frequencies that can cause fatigue after a long period of listening.
To avoid this problem, many designs enhance low frequencies, a solution that, however, causes the sound to lose naturalness and, ultimately, quality. On the contrary, the UX3000 have been designed to optimize the qualities of the transducer used (electrodynamic type), taking into account the fatigue caused in it and its behavior by the noise cancellation function. Thanks to this, said transducer adapts perfectly to the aforementioned function, to the point that for maximize its performance and overall sound quality it is only necessary to apply a slight correction to the traditionally annoying reproduction of the high frequency range caused by Bluetooth transmission. Likewise, the noise cancellation function of the UX3000 can be used independently even if you are not listening to music, such as, in conjunction with the built-in microphones, to make phone calls or video conferences.
In addition to supporting SBC and AAC codecs, the new Final are compatible with aptX LL, a low latency codec that allows you to obtain high quality sound by minimizing interruptions and delays, optimizing both listening to music and videos and video games. In turn, thanks to the multipoint connectivity Of the UX3000 it is possible to connect up to two devices to them via Bluetooth at the same time and switch between both while they are connected. Regarding the engineering of the new Final, which can also be connected by cable, we must highlight the use of two microphones in each helmet and the extreme precision of the adjustment mechanism on the user’s ears, to which we must add its exceptional autonomy (35 hours on a single charge with ANC off; 25 hours with ANC on) and a foldable design that makes it easy to transport. For its part, the exclusive Shibo finish makes the UX3000 highly resistant to dust and fingerprints, thus enhancing its premium character.