Today, Meizu officially released the POP Pro active noise-canceling headset. This device will go on sale at 10:00 on January 12. and the price is 499 yuan ($77). In terms of appearance, the outline of the Meizu POP Pro active noise reduction headset is curved, and the cavity blends to complete a natural transition. Its overall design is similar to Apple’s AirPods Pro. There is a power button on the outside of the charging box, a Type C charging port at the bottom, and a battery status indicator on the front.
In terms of noise reduction, Meizu POP Pro comes with Meizu’s new “triple hybrid active noise reduction technology”. This technology uses feedforward and feedback microphones as well as an in-ear structure. This tech can detect noise in many common scenes such as airplanes, subways, and streets. Of course, the need for this internal combination is to achieve a precise noise reduction.
Furthermore, this headset comes with Meizu’s third-generation noise reduction algorithm. With this, it achieves a deep noise reduction of up to 35 decibels. The Meizu POP Pro active noise reduction headset also uses a three-microphone intelligent call noise reduction algorithm. This can eliminate external environmental noise when the user is talking.
Meizu POP Pro brings some interesting features
In terms of sound quality, the POP Pro active noise reduction headset uses a custom 10 mm composite diaphragm moving coil unit. This unit can present more mid-to-high-frequency details while bringing a strong and powerful bass performance.
For its battery life, the Meizu POPPro active noise-canceling earphones come with a charging box. The maximum usage time is 20 hours when the noise reduction is off. However, the maximum usage time reduces to 13 hours if the noise reduction is on. The headset itself can last up to 6.5 hours when noise reduction is off. However, if you turn on the noise reduction, the headset alone will last for about 4 hours.
In other respects, the Meizu POP Pro active noise reduction headset supports a one-click connection to the phone after the headset is taken out of the charging box. When you remove the device from your ear, whatever you are listening to automatically stops. However, if you place it back in your ear, it will automatically resume. To put off the noise reduction, you can simply touch the surface of the earphone for two seconds.