ENACFIRE Launches Their Active Noise-Cancelling, Wireless Earbuds

ENACFIRE‘s BRAND NEW, smart noise-detecting microphones distinguish ambient noises, and produce equal anti-sound, – to neutralise them before they reach the ear.

ENACFIRE, an emerging audio accessories brand, – is launching their A9 wireless earbuds, – the first product in their ENACFIRE range, with built-in active noise cancellation. With a 32-hour total playtime using the compact charging case and an ultra-sleek, lightweight design, – these earbuds are ideal for travel, exercising, and busy day-to-day life.

The ENACFIRE A9 earbuds are equipped with active noise cancellation and smart noise-detect microphones, which distinguishes ambient noises, and produces equal anti-sound to neutralise them before they reach the ear. The earbuds are also equipped with a ‘transparency mode,’ enabling users to hear external sounds clearly, without pausing music, or taking the device out. 

With a total of 4 microphones, the earbuds can pick up both the caller and the receiver’s voices with crystal clear audio quality between 100 Hz and 3000 Hz, so those listening to music can enjoy deep bass, as well as an extra loud sound if desired.

Plus, the product has an IPX7 waterproof rating, meaning that users can exercise in all weathers with no need to worry about water damage from rain and sweat, as they’re completely protected. Furnished with a charging case, the earbuds have a 32-hour extended playtime, and Type-C fast charging as well, making them perfect for long lengthy flights, for instance. 

ENACFIRE made their debut in the audio accessories market, with their sport-style earphones back in 2016, after seeing the market potential and reflecting on how Bluetooth technology can have a positive impact on daily life. The company innovated its’ tech team into the wireless earbuds field, producing its’ first wireless earbuds, and delivering them to the US market via Amazon. 

Mr Chen, the brain behind ENACFIRE birth, spent years researching Bluetooth technology and testing audio devices whilst still at university.

After graduation, he started to worked at a factory that produced earphones and headphones to learn more about the manufacturing process and product technology, and after he saw the huge opportunity and the potential for Bluetooth devices in the global market, he built Enacfire.

Enacfire has now become incredibly successful, being distributed and known in the US, UK, DE, ES and CA, being stocked in France, Italy, Japan and China, AND selling over 1 million units in 2019.

Mr Chen said: “we just want to make wireless more affordable, and integrate this technology into people’s daily lives.”

Find out more here: https://enacfire.com