Atlanta-based audio tech company KNZ Technology has developed SoundFlux, the world’s first pair of dual-dynamic driver true wireless stereo headphones.
The company launched an Indiegogo campaign for SoundFlux, which in just three weeks raised more than 2200 per cent of the original $10,000 goal.
KNZ Technology says that for the first time ever, a dual-driver audio system has been integrated into truly wireless headphones. It provides one driver for high and mid ranges, and another for bass, presenting treble in detail without distortion at the same time as a full, rich bass.
SoundFlux comes with many other features as well, including a high waterproof rating enhanced with nano-coating, dual-mic noise-cancelling technology supporting crystal-clear stereo phone calls and fully functional controls.
Wearers can control music and phone calls from the headphones and switch EQ settings directly.
The SoundFlux headphones are powered by Bluetooth 5.0 Low-Energy technology, supporting 24-hour battery life. A fast-charging feature gives an hour of battery life from just five minutes on charge.
KNZ Technology previously launched a Kickstarter campaign last year for its award-winning GoDuo Speakers, raising more than $142,000.
The company is now in more than 50 countries and 2000 stores, both on and offline.
The new SoundFlux headphones are priced at US$119 retail, with preorders starting from just $69.