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LG's T90 Earbuds Supports the Dolby Head Tracking Feature

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LG recently introduced its 2022 lineup of 'Tone Free' true wireless earbuds. The flagship model, Tone Free T90, sports an in-built equalizer and supports Dolby Head Tracking. Additionally, the earbuds will still contain LG's patent bacteria-killing UVnana charging case. The case will also act as a Bluetooth transmitter like the previous Tone Free FP9 case. Thus, users can attach an aux cable to devices that don't support wireless connectivity and use the earbuds like normal.  Moreover, according to the company's press release, the noise-canceling T90 earbuds will have "a new internal structure with larger drivers that helps generate deeper, more satisfying bass." In addition, they will support Dolby Head Tracking across all content and devices. LG's expressed the experience of using T90 earbuds in these words -  LG Tone Free true wireless earbuds
Dolby Head Tracking recalibrates the sound as users move their heads for a more natural sound experience. Listeners will feel like they are in the center of the scene and experience a whole new level of audio immersion, whether they are listening to music, watching movies, enjoying favorite streaming series, or playing video games.

Dolby Head Tracking 

The head tracking partial audio technology changes the audio as users move their heads around for a "more natural sound experience." Furthermore, LG claimed that the Tone Free T90 is the "first wireless earbuds to feature an audio virtualizer designed by Dolby specifically for earbuds." Hence, providing better "immersion and dimensionality" to the sound.  Besides, Apple AirPods and Beats earbuds, Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro, Buds 2, and Buds Live already support head tracking spatial audio. Google also intends to add the technology to its Pixel Buds Pro.  LG Tone Free true wireless earbuds On another note, the T90 buds will give up to nine hours of continuous playback. But, with adaptive ANC (active noise-cancellation) switched off. In addition, it will give another 18 hours of playback with the charging case.  Furthermore, the Tone Free lineup includes two Fit models - TF7 and TF8. Both are designed for activities like running, mountain biking, vigorous exercising at the gym, etc. Additionally, they come equipped with SwivelGrip technology, sporting soft, silicone fins. LG said the fins keep the earbuds "firmly and comfortably in place even during intense workouts and offer a lightweight design that promotes better air circulation."  In addition, the Tone Free Fit models are water-resistant (rated IPX7), unlike T90's IPX4 rating. And they include hybrid ANC. Lastly, they have a battery life of up to ten hours, with another 20 hours with the charging case. Unfortunately, LG hasn't yet revealed the prices of the upcoming earbuds. But, the company will start rolling them out in September. 

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