Did you know that the “natural” hearing frequency range for a healthy young person is about 20 to 20,000Hz? Take a listen to this video, what’s the highest sound you can hear?
I got my coworkers to check out this video and when we compared results we realized that all of us got slightly different results. That’s why the audio engineers at Soundcore work tirelessly to ensure everyone hears great sound when using our headphones and true wireless earbuds.
So how does Soundcore optimize the sound?
Take the recently released Life Q35 headphones for example:
Let’s start with the drivers. Life Q35 features 40mm silk-diaphragm drivers which can produce sound that stretches from 20Hz in the low end, right up to 40kHz in the high end.
“But humans can only hear sound up to 20kHz so what’s the point of going higher?” I hear you ask.
If your equipment’s bandwidth goes up to 40kHz, it means it has a stronger response in the 16–18 kHz audible range. Simply put, even if you don’t hear these frequencies, having that margin gives you a better output in the frequencies that you do hear.
In addition to having an extended sound frequency range, Life Q35 is also the first pair of Soundcore headphones with LDAC technology. Unlike standard Bluetooth codecs like SBC, LDAC allows you to transmit up to 3x more audio content to your headphones.
Thanks to this lossless transfer method, the music you’re listening to retains more details for a truly high-resolution listening experience. It also means that Life Q35 is officially Hi-Res Audio Wireless certified—something normally only found in far more expensive headphones.
So far we’ve got:
Great drivers with an extended frequency range
LDAC technology for Hi-Res Audio Wireless certified sound
But what’s next? Once the headphones are in your hands it’s time to start having fun with all the EQ settings on the Soundcore app… But we’ll talk more about that another time!
How do you test out a new pair of headphones? Do you have a particular song or playlist to put them through their paces?
Let’s chat in the comments