Falcon TWS (True Wireless)
Noble Audio's first TWS headphone
Noble's first True Wireless Stereo headphone featuring the Qualcomm QCC3020 chip, compatible with SBC, AAC, Apt X and TWS+. High Precision Connect Technology for outstanding connection stability with Bluetooth devices. Auto-pairing with Bluetooth 5.0 support. IPX7 waterproof design that can withstand full submersion. Up to 10 hours of continuous playback and a charging case with a Type -C charging terminal that can provide up to 3 complete charges, for a combined playback time of up to 40 hours. Supports OTA firmware update function for future additional functions. Equipped with cVc noise canceling function to reduce external noise during calls.
In addition to utilizing True Wireless Stereo, the Falcon also utilizes True Wireless Stereo Plus (TWS+). TWS+ is a new connection method that allows independent left and right connections in combination with TWS+ compatible smartphones, which not only stabilizes the connection with smartphones but also reduces sound delay.
TUNING BY THE WIZARD HIMSELF! The Falcon was personally tuned by John Moulton (a.k.a. the "Wizard"). The Falcon features a 6mm Dual-layered Carbon Driver ("DLC") combined with a DSP processor to obtain unprecedented sound quality in a TWS format. The DLC driver adopted by the Falcon is a new design that overcomes the drawbacks of typical graphene drivers that have been previously used in high-end TWS headphones. The DLC driver has a special two-layer structure in which a carbon fiber layer is superimposed on the resin layer of the driver, reducing distortion by about 1/2 compared to graphene drivers.
- Bluetooth 5.0;
- Qualcomm aptX;
- Qualcomm Truewireless Stereo Plus;
- Qualcomm QCC3020 (TWS Plus);
- 6mm Dual-layered Carbon Driver;
- 5.0 Bluetooth / Class 2;
- Compatible with A2DP, AVRCP, HSP, HFP, SBC, AAC, Apt X;
- DC 3.7v 60mAH battery for each earpiece, and DC 3.7v 400mAH charging case;
- Magnetic charging;
- Master-Slave switching;
- 5.5 hours of continuous playback at maximum volume, and up to 10 hours of playback at 70% volume;
- Fast charging (15 minutes for 2 hours play time);
- IPX7 water resistent;
- ePro eartips;
- USB C charging terminal;
- ergonomic design for comfortable listening
- auto on/off/pairing;
- Noble dedicated App.;
- Voice Assistant / Siri/Google; and last, but not least,
- Tuned by the Wizard himself
Noble Audio - Falcon TWS Bluetooth In-Ear Headphones - Discontinued
After updating both earbuds, following the instructions on noble's site, it took me less then 10 minutes to update them. I would say these are very much worth the price, although the plastic case leaves a bit to be desired, it was a DEEP fit (pun intended) Listening to very bass heavy genres, EDM, and even jazz, the bass is tight, strong, but still there, although not as a big of a soundstage compared to Seinheiser's TWS, although this does come a bit close. The vocals were very clear. Worth the price.
My experience about the sound has been excellent, the time of battery is excellent but I've had problems with the pairing of the right hearing, it doesn't detect it. Could help me or guide me?
Perfect experience and the best wireless headphones around.
I love the sound quality of Noble Falcon listened with Cayin N6ii and IPhone XR. It is smooth neutral treble and midrange with timbers and defined bass. The soundstage is huge and rounded.
I am never a buyer of the first series launches of any electronic product but with Noble, i made an exception. After auditioning the ear buds for close to 1 week (including a trip overseas) was that the earbuds definitely delivers audiophile quality sound in a true wireless format. The bass is definitely strong and puncy as well as the clear highs. Connectivity is excellent and I am awaiting the formal launch of the Noble app to complement the earbuds. Aesthetically, the earbuds do tend to stick out quite a bit so if that is a concern, then please pass. Despite sticking out, the buds do stay in your ears (even with jogging in the gym or a light run in the park). Note that the controls are not touch controls and they are physical buttons that need to be pressed in and it maybe inconvenient whilst in your ear to press the buttons. Overall, I am please with Noble's first edition of TW earbuds and I look forward to future iterations.