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Beyerdynamic announces Free Byrd – its first TWS earbuds


Beyerdynamic joins hundreds of companies that have TWS earbuds in their portfolio. The company’s first TWS earbuds are called Free Byrd. They have 10 mm speakers, active noise cancellation and audio pass-through mode.

Beyerdynamic Free Byrd

The company claims that the earbuds will be able to work for up to 11 hours on a single charge. Beyerdynamic also claims you’ll get up to 70 minutes of additional listening time after 10 minutes of charging in the headphone case.

Each earbud has two microphones. Your voice should sound clear when talking, as Beyerdynamic backs up its claim of high speech clarity “even in noisy environments”. Free Byrd is compatible with Fast Pair on Android, there is also support for Alexa and Siri voice assistants. A low-latency mode for games and videos is also there.

Beyerdynamic Free Byrd

The Free Byrd comes with five sets of silicone ear tips to help you choose the best fit. There are also three ear cushions with memory foam for use during training. The earbuds also have IPX4 water splash resistance.

Beyerdynamic Free Byrd

While some may suggest that Beyerdynamic is late to the TWS earbuds market, the company attributes its slowness to a focused effort to create a quality product. “We’re proud to have prioritized sound quality over market pressures,” Beyerdynamic CEO Edgar van Velzen said in a statement. “and with this time taken, have successfully achieved a new level of development in sound performance, offering audio enthusiasts the perfect pair of in-ear [true wireless] earbuds that look and feel as great as they sound.”

Beyerdynamic Free Byrd

These are the first TWS earbuds from a company with a solid track record for sound quality. Free Byrd earbuds cost $249 or €229. They’re available now in black or gray on Amazon.

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