Al CES 2021, TCL ha svelato gli auricolari wireless MoveAudio S600, insieme a una serie di soundbar con supporto ad AirPlay di Apple.
TCL MoveAudio S600 earphones
The MoveAudio S600 wireless earbuds have been heralded as a premium audio accessory, complete with hybrid active noise cancellation technology . Also available is a transparency mode that can filter out background noise, while still allowing users to enjoy music or other audio content without interruption. Calls will have no problem, thanks to the use of three microphones on each earphone, used for both voice and echo noise cancellation.
For audio playback, there is no lack of support for Bluetooth 5.0 to minimize delay and interruptions. An intelligent sensing system can play and pause music when earphones are inserted or removed, each of which has touch controls to activate ANC, access Google Assistant, switch between music and calls and manage playlists.
TCL’s new earphones are IP54 certified , so they will be able to withstand dust, water and sweat, making them suitable for use in any situation. The claimed autonomy is up to 8 hours on a single charge, and up to 32 hours with the charging case.
The new MoveAudio S600 earphones will arrive on the market in February at a price of 149 euros .
TCL has also launched a series of SoundBars that cover different market segments. It starts with the premium model Alto R1 , a “wireless” soundbar that doesn’t require users to connect it to a TV. Just plug it into a wall socket. In addition to simplifying setup, the soundbar will also work with just the TV remote.
In addition, there is no lack of support for Bluetooth, to allow it to stream audio from an iPhone or iPad.
On the cheaper soundbar front, we have the Alto 82i model equipped with dual integrated subwoofers and support for Dolby Atmos and Apple AirPlay 2, as well as Amazon Alexa and Google Assistant. The Alto 8e , on the other hand, will have the same compatibility options, but in addition we will have support for Spotify, a wireless subwoofer and up-firing speakers.
The first to arrive on the market will be the Alto 8E model (Q2 2021), followed by the Alto 82i model (Q3 2021). TCL has not specified when the premium Alto R1 model will arrive, certainly by the end of the year, nor what the selling prices will be.