HiBy Music, a Chinese HiFi headphone brand, recently released its first wireless lavalier microphone —— HiBy MC1, which is used in Vlog recording, live broadcast, interviews and other application scenarios. On January 10 yesterday, HiBy Music released a new product again, launching its first bone conduction sports bluetooth headphone —— HiBy WU2. It solves the problem of unsafe, uncomfortable and unstable wearing of in-ear headphones for users when going out to exercise.
HiBy WU2 bone conduction bluetooth headphone adopts the current mainstream neck-mounted design of bone conduction headphones in appearance. When worn, it hangs on the ear, and the bone conduction vibrator naturally fits in front of the ear canal, providing a stable wearing effect. The overall body is made of skin-like material, with a body weight of only 26.9g, which is light and comfortable to wear. It also supports IPX5 waterproof, which can cope with the usage scenarios of sports wearing sweat.
In terms of functional configuration, the HiBy WU2 is equipped with a dual sound unit of bone conduction oscillator + speaker, and a large 17mm composite diaphragm. The headphone audio is transmitted to the ear through a combination of bone vibration waves and ear canal air waves, realizing an open listening experience, liberating both ears, avoiding the discomfort of wearing for a long time, and improving the safety of outdoor sports wearing.
HiBy WU2 bone conduction bluetooth headphone supports bluetooth 5.0, has a 10-meter long-distance bluetooth connection and 8 hours of long-lasting battery life. It supports the intelligent noise cancelling function of calls, and the built-in noise cancelling technology automatically handles the noise during calls, making the human voice clearer.
In terms of interaction, HiBy WU2 adopts the “+” and “-” two multi-function buttons. Volume +, pause playback, power switch and answer/hang up calls can be achieved by single click, double click, and long press of the “+” button. “-” button click, double-click to achieve volume- and next song functions, which is more convenient to use.