As we get closer to the widely prestigious and reputable event, CES 2017, many will agree that we’d all see nothing short of a host of mind-blowing technological offerings from some of the biggest names in the industry.
The LG electronics company, having announced on Wednesday about its plans to release two new wireless wearable audio products all due to be brought out to light at CES 2017. Many will indeed agree that both the Tone Studio wearable speakers and Tone Free earphones can be added to the list of LG’s Bluetooth headset lineup.
The LG Tone Studio reportedly sports four speakers with two full range speakers on the top and two vibrating speakers on the bottom.
The Tone Studio wearable speakers combined altogether will deliver a surround sound experience for users watching a movie, streaming music or playing favourite video games. LG Company which designed the surround sound in collaboration with DTS has suggested that its new technology will feature a Hi-Fi DAC to improve sound quality by remaking audio content as accurately as possible.
Furthermore, the headset also expected to feature a Dual Play functionality that lets a user connect two Tone Studio wearable speakers whilst sharing sound from a movie, playlist or more.
What’s more, these LG’s Tone Free earphones are the company’s first wireless earbuds that can be charged when stored inside the neckband.
Not only will the neckband add more battery time to the earphones at once, but it is also reportedly discovered to provide a safe place to keep the earphones when not in use. Further, the Tone Free earphones also allow for users to be able to answer and ignore a call hands-free via voice command.
From the reports we have gathered so far, LG is planning to reveal the entire lineup of wearable audio products, all to be displayed at the CES 2017 even from the 5th to the 8th of January.