Dyson Zone: the futuristic headphones with air purifier specifications are here

Dyson Zone: the futuristic headphones with air purifier specifications are here

New details on Dyson’s air purifier-lined headphones have been disclosed. The Dyson Zone will be on sale the following month for a very high price.

The Dyson Zone was presented on March 30 by the British company Dyson, which is widely known for its fans and hoover cleaners. In addition to the arch over the head, this Bluetooth headset also has a detachable component on the front that can be used to put an air purifier, giving it a particularly odd look.

The British company has made the decision to provide additional details about its upcoming product over nine months later. What we can discover much more about its features, as well as its cost and accessibility.

According to a press statement released on Thursday, Dyson’s Zone headphones will include a 2600 mAh battery that will enable them to function for 50 hours of music listening and four hours of air purification. The headphones can also be fully charged in three hours using a USB-C port.

In terms of air filtration, Dyson claims that its removable visor allows it to collect 99% of harmful particles measuring 0.1 microns in size, including ozone, sulphur dioxide, and nitrogen dioxide. The helmet’s detachable portion has spinning compressors at speeds of up to 9750 revolutions per minute to accomplish this.

However, keep in mind that the Dyson Zone is somewhat weighty due to these built-in technologies, weighing 670 grammes with the visor and 595 grammes without. The Sony WH-1000XM5 weights 254 grammes on the head as a point of reference.

Features of Premium Headphones

The Dyson Zone doesn’t overlook the need of an audio headset. As a result, it has 40 mm-diameter neodymium transducers that can provide a frequency response between 6 and 21,000 Hz. However, Dyson does not state which Bluetooth audio codecs are supported by their headphones.

Furthermore, the business claims to have “extremely low level of distortion, in the order of 0.08% at 94 dB at 1 kHz” on sale. The Dyson Zone contains 11 microphones and an active noise reduction feature that can reduce outside noise by up to -38 dB with sound analysis 284,000 times per second. In addition to the use of beamforming microphones to record your speech, noise reduction is also available during conversations.

A special programme called MyDyson may be used in combination with the Zone helmet. This will contain an equaliser, noise reduction management, as well as air purifier-related features like adjusting air flow or analysing air quality.

In China, the Dyson Zone headphones will be offered starting in January. It will then be sold starting in March in Singapore, Hong Kong, the United Kingdom, and the United States for 949 dollars, or 903 euros, minus VAT. As of right now, Dyson has not made its headphones available in France.

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