Samsung Adds Wireless Noise-Canceling Headphones to Level Series

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Sasmung-Level-Wireless.jpgSamsung has added two new products to its Level Series of Bluetooth-based audio products. In addition to wireless capability via Bluetooth, the Level On Wireless headphones also incorporate active noise cancellation technology and use 40mm drivers in a dual-layered diaphragm design. The new Level Link lets you add Bluetooth capability to legacy products like headphones, powered speakers, TVs, etc. Pricing has not yet been announced.

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Samsung Electronics Co. Ltd. has announced two new additions to its Level series of smart Bluetooth audio products, Samsung Level On Wireless and Samsung Level Link. Designed for music lovers seeking to pair outstanding audio quality with sleek design, Samsung Level On Wireless headphones incorporate the latest Samsung technology to offer top quality sound in an impeccable package. The Samsung Level Link seamlessly transforms traditional audio products into wireless solutions, using Bluetooth technology. Both products offer easy controls including a customizable mobile application.

Level On Wireless
Samsung Level On Wireless headphones feature circular ear pads, producing a sleek, sophisticated look and feel. Equipped with six built-in microphones, the headphones feature an Active Noise Cancellation (ANC) function that accurately maps surrounding sounds for a clearer, uninterrupted audio experience and help sending voice more clearly when people talk via phone. A dual-layered diaphragm system helps suppress excessive vibration, reducing noise and enabling the headphones to reproduce rich, balanced sound across a wide range of frequencies

Level On Wireless supports an easy-to-use touch control pad that allows users to activate and adjust a variety of functions such as S Voice, volume, as well as play, pause or skip tracks - all without touching the controls of the paired device. The headphones are also equipped with a unique Sound Sharing function, so users can seamlessly share their favorite tunes with other Level On Wireless users.

Level Link
Samsung Level Link uses Bluetooth connectivity to make a range of traditional audio devices completely wireless. Users simply connect Level Link to earphones, headphones, a set of speakers or a TV, and then pair it to a Bluetooth-enabled device to enjoy the same high-quality sound they get from traditional audio devices. Providing both Send and Receive modes with a simple switch button, Level Link provides freedom from the hassle of wires. Users can also stream audio to two Bluetooth-enabled devices at once, so that it's possible to instantly share tunes with friends. The Level Link's aptX Low Latency codec provides fast audio conversion for lag-free sound while watching videos.

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