Samsung's New Pro Level On Headphones Provide CD-like Quality


Samsung unveiled two new phones last week, they are powerful devices with very large screens and the company showcased some accessories for those devices, most of them were cases for those phones, one even included a physical keyboard. While the company is better known for their home entertainment equipment and now for their mobile division, they have also created their Level lineup of headphones focusing on good designs and audio quality in an effort to get recognition in the audio department as well. They recently introduced the Level U Bluetooth Earbuds, but for those who look for the best audio experience with on-ear headphones, they are now introducing the Level On Wireless Pro Headphones.

The new headphones feature Ultra High-Quality Audio (UHQA), providing a rich, high-definition sound transmission with both wired and wireless devices. The company claims that UHQA delivers superior quality than the one provided by a CD, promising an almost live listening experience. The 40 mm dual layered diaphragm speakers featured in these headphones help to create a more balanced sound. They also have four microphones placed externally and internally to achieve Active Noise Cancelling, detecting and cancelling out background noises. Talk-In Mode is also available, allowing users to listen to music while some sound on the exterior is also audible, making them safer when walking or any outdoor activity.


The premium design besides looking good in both color options, gold and black and they are designed to be very comfortable as the cushions are made with memory foam. Touch controls are also available allowing users to change the tracks or adjust the volume. They use Bluetooth 4.1 to connect to wireless devices, plus they can be connected easily with NFC technology, plus they include a standard 3.5 mm jack that will let users to connect them to virtually any device. The rechargeable battery can last for up to 200 hours in standby mode, 10 hours while playing or talking with the Active Noise Cancellation and double the time if that mode is off. The Level App provides some extra features like S-Voice. There's no word on pricing or availability yet.

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