The earphones feature active noise canceling, and are packed with three of Devialet’s patented technologies: PBA (Pressure Balance Architecture), IDC (Internal Delay Compensation), and EAM® (Ear Active Matching). Franck Lebouchard, Devialet’s CEO, says: ”At Devialet, we create extraordinary products that deliver an unprecedented sound experience. We’ve pursued our goal of redefining the place of sound in people’s lives through our amplifiers and speakers, and Devialet Gemini – our first portable product – brings us closer to our goal. We’ve embraced the challenge of bringing our audio expertise and cutting-edge technologies to the true wireless earphone space, and are excited at the prospect of reaching a wider audience than ever with our products.”
The Gemini earphones also feature 24 hours of playtime (6 hours from each charge with the case giving the Geminis a total of 3.5 full charges), wireless Qi charging, an IPX4 rating, Qualcomm® aptX™ codec support, and multiple earbud sizes. Those interested can head over to Devialet where they can pre-order the Gemini earphones for €299 EUR (approximately $350 USD).
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