Thursday, October 28th 2021

Linsoul Introduces the Peacock Flight: Hand-Crafted Professional True Wireless Stereo (TWS) Earphones

Linsoul Audio has been striving to bring the acoustic performance of professional in-ear monitors to the public. After two years of putting passion for perfection to the test and engineering, Linsoul has worked in conjunction with Peacock Audio to introduce the Peacock Flight, which is a superior hand-crafted set of true wireless earphones. Each Peacock Flight unit is handcrafted from start to finish, from the shell molding process to the wiring of the drivers. This is a bespoke design, which makes the earphones be a true one-of-a-kind artwork. The engineering and tuning process is meticulously conducted, and strict testing of each driver component ensures the greatest precision and quality control.

Acoustic performance always comes first on priorities for earphones. Equipped with a Qualcomm aptX HD-compatible chipset, the Peacock Flight supports aptX codecs, which ensures crystal clear sound production with extremely low latency. What's more, the Qualcomm QCC3040 Bluetooth chipset brings a stable connection to achieve the most coherent connection and listening experience. On top of that, the Peacock Flight is also equipped with Qualcomm's latest Clear Voice Capture (CVC) 8.0, which is a noise reduction algorithm that effectively filters out background noise to reduce up to 30 dB of unwanted ambient sound during phone calls. By accurately calculating the position of the caller in relation to environmental sounds, CVC 8.0 allows a pure sound transmission for cleaner and more audible calls.
The Peacock Flight is designed to bring a top music experience to listeners wherever they are. Being IPX4 water-resistant, listeners can enjoy a worry-free listening experience whether they are sweating away at the gym or on a crowded commuting bus. The Peacock Flight is compatible with iOS, Android, and Windows systems, which means that listeners can connect it via Bluetooth with their smartphones, tablets, or computers.

Pricing and Availability
The Peacock Flight is launching on Kickstarter at 10 am EDT on 28th Oct. In total, five colors are available. Prices start at $99 for a limited amount of 200 units, and the super early bird price is $109. After the campaign ends, the retail price will go up to $159. Some add-ons such as a protective charging case, upgraded ear tips, and a wireless charger will be offered to the campaign backers.

For more information, please visit Linsoul.com or our Peacock Flight Kickstarter Campaign.
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8 Comments on Linsoul Introduces the Peacock Flight: Hand-Crafted Professional True Wireless Stereo (TWS) Earphones

#1
bug
With that design and professional claim, one can only wonder what a production studio in China looks like.
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#3
VSG
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bugWith that design and professional claim, one can only wonder what a production studio in China looks like.
Take the professional verbiage with a grain of salt, it's an SEO trick with crowdfunding campaigns. No one is using TWS sets for audio monitoring (hopefully).
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#4
trsttte
VSGTake the professional verbiage with a grain of salt, it's an SEO trick with crowdfunding campaigns. No one is using TWS sets for audio monitoring (hopefully).
The guy who commented before you might be :D
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#5
bug
VSGTake the professional verbiage with a grain of salt, it's an SEO trick with crowdfunding campaigns. No one is using TWS sets for audio monitoring (hopefully).
I was just making fun of the marketing speak combined with the Asiatic love for bright colors.
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#6
DeathtoGnomes
superior hand-crafted
+$40
be a true one-of-a-kind artwork
+$50
Some add-ons such as a protective charging case, upgraded ear tips, and a wireless charger will be offered to the campaign backers.
+$35

at $159 these just seem like a steal!

:p:p
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#7
Caring1
Peacock flight, who comes up with these names, and do Peacocks even fly?
More to the point, who wants to stick a cock in their ear? :eek:
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#8
cellar door
That's basically the current IEM trend - bright colors, anime packaging, cool sounding names and sparkling flakes in the finnish. Do any of them sound good? - sure if your mind believes it enough...

Just look at r/headphones - it's full of nothing but appreciation posts about the anime art/girls that come with the IEM's.

Brilliant marketing designed to take your money!
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