Nura has launched a new set of smart earphones that respond to what the user hears

Nura has launched a new set of smart earphones that respond to what the user hears

Inspired by the NuraPhone and NuraLoop, microphones within the earbuds measure sounds within the inner ear – otoacoustic emissions – in order to determine the earphone’s response and tailor them to the owner’s hearing.

Nura has shared details for their new earbuds, the NuraTrue.

Highlights

  • Active noise cancellation, six-hour battery life and button functions that can be modified by the user are all also features on the earbuds.

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The earbuds have received a rare 5-star review from TechRadar, with writer Olivia Tambini noting: “Subby kick drums are so powerful that you can almost feel them thumping in your chest.”

The earbuds retail for £199, and can be purchased here

Tope Olufemi is Mixmag’s Digital Intern, follow them on Twitter

AIAIAI have announced new additions to their TMA-2 range of headphones. The TMA-2 Studio and TMA-2 Studio XE are the new products in the lineup, the former being an updated version of the TMA-2 Studio and the latter being an entirely new version. A bio-cellulose diaphragm as been added by AIAIAI, which is more stiff and light than PET – which contributes to the lower distortion that the headphones create.

Read this next: Users are accusing Audacity of becoming “Spyware” The XE also comes in lighter than the Studio model, while also being cheaper. Vegan leather makes up the earcups on the XE while the Studio model has Alacantara earcups.

The studio comes in at €229, while the XE will be sold for €179 from mid-July. Read this next: The 11 best Bluetooth and portable speakers

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