Manufacturer Tribit launches the attack on the premium class with the n semi-in-ear headphones FlyBuds C2 and presents the successor of the popular C1, which comes up with extensive improvements. Highlights include an extremely light weight of just 4 grams per earbud and a 125 percent increase in transmission speed.
The Tribit FlyBuds C2 features
Manufacturer Tribit has also made mighty improvements to the sound of the FlyBuds C2. Inside the FlyBuds C2 is Qualcomm’s QCC3040 chipset with aptX decoder, which delivers 16-bit, CD-quality sound at a sampling frequency of 48kHz. This technology ensures that the FlyBuds C2 dynamically adjusts performance to deliver exceptional audio quality regardless of the content being played back.
Optimized audio for a phone call is significantly different from that for music or for applications. Thanks to Qualcomm’s latest CVC 8.0 technology, you’ll always be clear and noise-free for callers to understand.
The four microphones built into the FlyBuds C2, combined with the ENC (Environmental Noise Cancellation) feature, effectively filter out up to 90% of all background noise, allowing only the user’s voice to reach the person on the call with crystal clarity and intelligibility.
Other features include automatic gain adjustment, active equalization or changing the frequency, self-regulating volume control based on the registered external noise, wind noise cancellation and echo cancellation.
Powerful sound, superior battery life
When it comes to features, Tribit leaves almost nothing out with the FlyBuds C2. The earphones connect to mobile devices quickly and automatically (via auto pairing) via Bluetooth 5.2. According to the manufacturer, this achieves a range of 12 meters.
The earphones can be charged up to three times with the compact, 40g portable charging case, which easily fits in any pocket. Fully charged, the FlyBuds C2’s 40 mAh battery guarantees up to eight hours of non-stop audio enjoyment. The In Ears turn on automatically when removed from the charging case.
When you take them out of your ear, they pause the music (Auto Pause wear detection). If you put them back in the case, they turn off and the case fully charges them with the 400 mAh battery for up to three hours. So in total we end up with 32 hours of battery life.
Voice or button control
The user can choose between button and/or voice control. With Google Assistant or Siri, directions can be called up, a playlist selected or a call made via voice command – completely hands-free. Instead of a glitch-prone touch field, Tribit relies on patented physical multifunction buttons to conveniently control the FlyBuds C2.
With a click, functions such as play/pause, volume up or down, forward/back, on and off, and phone are available. Tribit also shows attention to detail with the innovative design of the earbuds with new rounded curve shapes so the semi-in-ears fit perfectly in the ear.
Tribit includes three pairs of earbud attachments (small, medium, and large) to keep the FlyBuds C2 from slipping or pressing uncomfortably and noticeably closing the ear, causing pressure and sound distortion during movement. Dynamic 12 mm drivers are said to provide good acoustics.
Price and Availability
The Tribit Flybuds C2 are available in stores now. On Amazon, they are priced at 79.99 euros.