Wednesday, July 14th 2021

Tronsmart Launches the Apollo Air and Apollo Air+ TrueWireless Stereo Plus Hybrid ANC Earbuds

Consumer technology expert, Tronsmart, which in June celebrated its 8th birthday, is pleased to announce the arrival of its Apollo Air and Apollo Air+ TrueWireless Stereo Plus Hybrid ANC earbuds. Both earbuds feature the industry-leading Qualcomm QCC3046 Chip and deliver 35dB full frequency hybrid active noise cancelling. The Tronsmart Apollo Air are available from Amazon.com and Amazon UK for £69.99/$69.99 (UK availability in one month) as well as the Tronsmart website, whilst the Apollo Air+ are available from the Tronsmart website for $89.99/£68 (approx) now with Amazon.com and Amazon UK expected to stock in August.

The new Apollo earbuds both feature hybrid ANC noise cancellation which eliminates up to 35dB in low, mid and high frequencies. There are three ANC modes available: cVc 8.0 noise cancellation which allows users to focus on their music, ANC off so users can listen to the music without being completely isolated with the earphones simply blocking out noise and ambient mode, which enhances surrounding outdoor noises making it the ideal setting for cycling or running whilst staying safe and aware.
The earbuds are packed with six microphones including two feedforward, two feedback and two talk, delivering an exceptional 360° noise cancelling experience. The feedback microphone reduces noises in a narrow range of frequencies and the feedforward microphone reduces noises in a broader range of frequency.

The Qualcomm flagship QCC3046 chip with aptX audio decoding enables faster transmission and a lower latency whilst the advanced TWS+ synchronous transmission technology is unlike most earbuds on the market. With other competitive products, the main earbud will receive the signal from the mobile first, then transfer this from the main earbud to the other earbud causing a delay in the sound. With TWS+, both earbuds will receive the signal from the phone at the same time so there is zero latency between both earbuds. Qualcomm aptX audio decoding technology is another feature on both earbuds with the added feature of aptX Adaptive audio decoding on the Apollo Air+, delivering high resolution, uninterrupted audio.

Both earbuds boast the latest Bluetooth 5.2 technology for faster signal transmission and seamless streaming of music. Customised graphene drivers are also included for excellent sound quality and the IP45 rating ensures both models will keep playing music through rain, sweat and dust.

A huge feature on both of these earbuds is the smart App control where users have the ability to personalise the equaliser to suit their specific requirements using the accompanying Tronsmart App. Additional features on the app allow users to customise the touch controls on the earbuds to meet their needs.

The Apollo Air and Air+ can be used for up to 5 hours on a single charge and up to 20 hours when using the Type-C connection charging case.

Apollo Air+ Extra Features
The Tronsmart Apollo Air+ has some extra tricks up its sleeve. As well as the fantastic features above, the Air+ will also pause music when they are removed from the ear thanks to the instant in-ear detection feature making them extremely convenient to use on the go or in an office. The Apollo Air+ can also be charged wirelessly on compatible charging pads, making it even easier to ensure they never run out of battery.

The Tronsmart Apollo Air are available from Amazon.com and Amazon UK for £69.99/$69.99 (UK availability in 1 month) as well as the Tronsmart website

The Apollo Air+ are available from the Tronsmart website for $89.99/£68 (approx) now with Amazon.com and Amazon UK expected to stock in August.
Source: Tronsmart product page
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2 Comments on Tronsmart Launches the Apollo Air and Apollo Air+ TrueWireless Stereo Plus Hybrid ANC Earbuds

#1
bonehead123
"tronsmart" :rolleyes:

Are these the folks who made the movie, hehehehe :)

Hope not, cause these buds look nice, but will wait for some formal reviews before considering them as a potential contender in the uber-crowded $70-100 bud space....
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#2
GreiverBlade
hum cVc 8.0 is not what it is written in that news ...

my Soundcore Liberty 2 Pro are cVc 8.0 and not ANC at all (PNC if any ... given their good seal in the ear canal)

it's related to calling and not listening to music : nerdtechy.com/cvc-anc-definition
"What is CVC?
CVC is short for “Clear Voice Capture”. It’s designed primarily for phone calls, but can also be used for podcasts and teleconferences. The purpose of CVC is to filter out background noise, so people can hear your voice more easily. If you’re on a phone call in a loud environment, it makes a huge difference in call quality. There have been several versions of CVC as the technology advanced. Currently, the latest version of CVC is CVC 8.0."
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