Sennheiser showed completely wireless earbuds designed for fitness enthusiasts. The company says Sport True Wireless has Aware EQ settings that can minimize distracting noise from the athlete’s own body – such as heartbeat or steps.

The earbuds have received the Adaptable Acoustic system, which allows you to adjust the equalizer settings to find the most pleasant sound for training. And the Focus EQ setting together is designed to block external sounds.

You will be able to choose how many external sounds you will hear and create their own equalizer settings in the Sennheiser Smart Control application. Three sizes of ear adapters and four “fins” will help you choose the right size for your ear canal.

Sennheiser earbuds also received a 7-mm dynamic driver, which, according to the manufacturer, provides “full bass and incredible clarity without distortion.” Sport True Wireless has touch control and voice assistant support. The earbuds are compatible with Bluetooth 5.2 and SBC, AAC and aptX audio codecs, which allows you to connect them to a wide range of devices.

The novelty has a protection level of IP54, which means resistance to dust, splashes of water and sweat. The manufacturer promises that the battery will last up to 9 hours. The charging case will add up to 18 hours of listening.

Pre-orders for earbuds started in the US on April 21, now the new Sport True Wireless costs $130.