Nothing to Ear (2) brings an acoustic fix with Hi-Res Audio, a dual-chamber design, and a custom-engineered diaphragm

After months of rumors, leaks, and teasers, the Nothing Ear (2) has finally been announced. That’s right, what you’re looking at is the follow-up to the On-Ear (1), which debuted at the end of 2021. It’s been two years, and while the design is still close to the previous model, it’s changed under the hood.

One of the main focuses of the Nothing With Ear program was to make sure that the sound quality was improved over the previous model. It was able to achieve this through the use of LHDC 5.0 coding technology, which can transmit high quality audio, up to 24-bit at 192 kHz. Moreover, the earbuds are Hi-Res Audio certified, giving users a complete audio experience.

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Inside the ear (2), there is an 11.6mm dynamic driver that features a custom diaphragm, which allows the earphones to reproduce rich sounds, with stronger bass, and high frequencies. There is also a two-chamber design, which provides more space for airflow, which helps in delivering improved sound. In addition to all of the above, the company has also added or improved features such as dual dialing, personalized voice profile, Clear Voice technology, and active noise cancellation.

Dual Connection will allow users to seamlessly transition from one audio source to another, while a Personal Audio Profile will allow users to better customize their audio experience with the Nothing X app. Clear Voice technology will ensure the best possible audio connection when using earphones, while Active Noise Cancellation filters out what Up to 40dB of ambient sound for a better listening experience.

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In addition to all of the above improvements, the Earbuds (2) will also offer an IP54 rating for the earbuds, and an IP55 rating for the case. The battery life is rated at up to 36 hours of use without ANC activation, and it can also be charged in just ten minutes to provide up to eight hours of use. The Nothing Ear (2) will be available directly from the company’s website beginning March 22nd and will be priced at $149.

People near London will be able to pick up the earbuds at the Nothing physical store in Soho from March 23. The earbuds will also be made available at Kith’s locations around the world on the same day, with some retail stores. It is located in the United States, Japan and France. Furthermore, on March 28, Nothing Ear (2) will receive a wider release, being sold by partners around the world at physical retail locations as well as online stores.

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Nothing Ear (2) offers a similar design to its predecessor but makes improvements in the places that matter most, like audio performance and noise cancellation.

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