LG Tone Studio wearable speakers along with Tone Free earphones, earbuds debuts at CES 2017; commercial launch soon
South Korean tech firm LG Electronics has showcased a range of new wireless and wearable audio devices at the CES 2017 in Las Vegas that will be available in the market in near future. These new upcoming devices are claimed to be delivering an unique audio experience to the users.
This audio device lineup will be led by Tone Studio wearable speakers and Tone Free earphones with wireless earbuds. The Tone Studio speakers are capable to deliver amazing 3D surround sound. The Tone Free earphones and earbuds can be charged once docked to the companion neckband from the company.
Speaking about the LG Tone Studio, the wearable speaker features four speakers in total – two full range on top and two vibrating on bottom. This enriches the surround audio experience while listening to a song or watching a movie. Also, the speaker gives amazing audio experience during video gaming. The device has been developed by sound experts at DTS to deliver a realistic theatre-like sound.
The Tone Studio comes with a Hi-Fi DAC (Digital to Analog Converter) that improves sound quality by recreating audio content with as much as possible accuracy. It gets a feature called Dual Play that connect two LG Tone Studio wearable speakers and share the sound from any audio file.
On the other hand, the Tone Free is the Korean brand’s first product in the wireless stereo device segment. The device can be docked to the neckband and charged thereafter. This neckband gives extra battery power to the device, while it also vibrates during incoming calls and text messages. It lets the user to answer a call with voice commands that delivers a true wireless audio experience.