A Wireless Noise Cancelling Headphones Fine-tuned for Premium Sound Quality Brought to Perfection by High-End Audio Expert
The UX3000 is the first wireless overhead headphones from final brand featuring active noise cancelling with hybrid noise cancellation methodology. Generally, headphones and earphones which have noise cancelling feature equipped are having the driver units (speaker) emit a special electronically generated sound on top of the music or voice originally to be played to cancel out external noise. This puts stress on the drivers and leads to significant degradation of the sound quality.
In order to make the issue less significant, most products are designed to have the low frequencies enhanced though an adjustment on software equalizer. However, this solution has caused the overall sound characteristic to become unnatural and seriously impact the sound quality.
In contrast to the general design, UX3000 is designed to fully optimize the acoustic characteristics of the driver itself. By featuring a completely new driver which is designed to be strong against stress and having its high-frequencies being applied with a slight correction through equalizer, UX3000 delivers premium sound quality which achieved good noise canceling performance and exceptional sound quality even for audiophiles.
Furthermore, the noise cancelling function can be used independently even when not listening to music. It can be used as a soundproof earmuff by turning on the noise cancelling function anytime, combining with the microphone function for making calls or teleworking web conferences, and you can hear the other person's voice clearly while shutting out the ambient noise.
In addition to SBC and AAC, UX3000 supports aptX™ Low Latency, a low-latency codec that delivers high-quality sound with minimal interruptions and time delay. This allows you to enjoy music, games and videos with ease. And with multi-point connectivity, you can connect up to two devices at the same time, such as your PC and smartphone, and switch between them while they're connected.