We tested the Tronsmart Apollo Bold, the new noise-canceling headphones

As a good fan of trying any headset that falls into my hands, I have not been able to pass up the opportunity to try the Tronsmart Apollo Bold, the new Tronsmart headphones that use state-of-the-art technologies to improve the experience to the maximum.

We are talking about a Qualcomm QCC5124 chip, the use of graphene, noise cancellation for different frequencies, a laser antenna, a good design … I will tell you in detail in this video:

As you can see, it stands out for several factors:

– Perfect fit to the ear, with different sizes. – Noise cancellation at different frequencies. The system is the Hybrid ANC that works with full-frequency noise, both low-frequency from machines, as well as mid-high frequency voices and street noise. – Qualcomm QCC5124 chip, for higher processing speed, low latency and low power consumption. – Support for more HD audio decoding formats (AAC / SBC / apt-X). – Bluetooth 5.0 LDS laser antenna for a faster connection. – Battery that offers up to 10 hours of operation on a single charge, 30 hours with the charging base.

In addition to the technical characteristics, its design and the possibility of managing the controls with the touch are striking, with a wide range of functions based on 1, 2 or 3 touches in each headset.

They are already available on and on amazon for a price of 94.99 euros.