Qualcomm's new audio technology helps Cleer to create a top wireless listening experience

On April 16, Cleer officially released its Ally Plus series of new true wireless noise-cancelling headphones, Cleer Ally Plus II. Over the years, Qualcomm has conducted research on the user behavior and demand drivers of consumer audio equipment worldwide. In addition to the top sound quality, Qualcomm's "Audio Product Use Status Survey Report 2020" shows that consumers' demand for active noise reduction has also increased year by year, ranking fourth among the earplugs most needed by users. In response to noise reduction needs, the domestic first Cleer Ally Plus II equipped with QCC5141 uses Qualcomm's adaptive active noise reduction technology, which can bring a noise reduction depth of over -35dB and effectively filter out boundary noise. For different external use environments, Qualcomm's aptX Adaptive technology can also support Cleer Ally Plus II to adaptively adjust the transmission code rate, ensuring that users are both at homes with stable radio frequency environments or in airports, coffee shops and other places with severe radio frequency interference. Can enjoy a consistent and robust connection.

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