The French Days are coming to an end and to end this event in style, Huawei’s wireless headphones with noise reduction go to 89.99 euros against 199.99 euros when they were launched.
Even with a small budget to acquire new wireless headphones, you can demand quality. For this, you have to go to the FreeBuds Pro premium reference from Huawei. Released two years ago, their price has since fallen sharply and for the French Days they become half the price of their launch. A great deal for noise-canceling wireless headphones.
The advantages of FreeBuds Pro
- A design that resembles AirPods Pro
- Adjustable and effective active noise reduction
- As well as a good autonomy of 30 hours with the case
With an introductory price of 199.99 euros, Huawei’s FreeBuds Pro are now available at 89.99 euros on the manufacturer’s website using the code AHWFDFBP. Make sure you have selected the color graywhich alone benefits from this reduction.
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A look borrowed from Apple
The FreeBuds Pro take on the appearance of Apple’s AirPods Pro. Huawei’s earbuds also have a silicone tip, to fit better in your ears. Where the Chinese manufacturer’s headphones differ from the Californian firm is around the stems, which are rectangular and smaller. Moreover, this is where we find the controls which are done via a simple pressure with your thumb and your index finger in addition to the controls of the touch zone.
Even the case that houses the headphones is inspired by the flagship model of the Apple brand. It takes on a rather attractive rounded and oval shape, especially with the different colors available. This box will above all allow you to deliver around thirty hours of additional autonomy and has wireless charging.
Impressive noise reduction and appreciable audio quality
With their in-ear format, the FreeBuds Pro offer sufficient passive isolation to cut off ambient noise to a minimum. Everything is reinforced by the presence of ANC which will reduce up to 40 db of ambient noise, thanks to microphones located inside the headphones. That’s better than Sony’s WF-1000XM3 (38 db) and Apple’s AirPods Pro (33 db). In fact, the result is surprising, especially since the adaptive system named Dynamic Noise Cancellation is really handy to automatically adjust the level of reduction according to your environment. There are also three modes to activate manually: cozy, general and ultra.
On the audio side, thanks to the 11 mm diameter speakers as well as the mechanical audio stabilization system, the sound is more precise and avoids any tremor in the ear. By going to the Huawei app, you will have the possibility to analyze your ear, in order to further improve the sound experience. There are other features, such as the Perception mode which will amplify outside sounds in order to hear what is happening around you, the opposite of noise reduction.
To find out even more, do not hesitate to read our complete test of Huawei’s FreeBuds Pro.
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