The Dyson Zone, a new listening experience announced earlier this year, has finally pulled the curtain all the way back on exciting specs for the headset.
Back on March 30, Dyson unveiled the Dyson Zone, an over the ear headset with air-purification settings. Tonight, Dyson has unveiled the specifications behind the new technology that promotes active noise cancelling for noise pollution, and air-purification for air pollution effectively killing two birds with one stone. The product can be seen in the image below.
As many companies attempt to combat suspect air quality, such as Razer’s Zephyr mask, Dyson provides an alternative to the formula with a 2-in-1 package. Dyson promises “The Dyson Zone also captures 99% of particle pollution as small as 0.1 microns, whilst K-Carbon, potassium-enriched carbon filters target prevalent acidic gases most associated with city pollution, including NO2 and SO2,” for an overall purification experience.
Dyson Zone Key Features & Specs
- An ANC system that utilizes eight microphones that monitor surrounding noise 380,000 times per second, offering up to 38 dB of noise cancellation, from 20 Hz to 20 kHz.
- 40mm neodymium speaker drivers power the headset as it plays clear music, faithfully reproducing frequencies from 6 Hz to 21 kHz.
- Provides an EQ setting that tailor fits the Zone to each user, delivering a personal audio experience.
- MyDyson app functionality to further tailor the experience to the individual needs of each user.
- Precision-engineered compressors with the ability to spin at up to 9,750 rpm, drawing air through the dual-layer filters giving the wearer clean air intake.
The MyDyson App gives each user the ability to utilize functions as they wish, allowing technophiles to tinker with each function as intended, including Dyson EQ (enhanced), Bass Boost and Neutral setting adjustors. The Dyson Zone also provides necessary information regarding the health of the device including battery percentage, an accelerometer that actively pre-empts the user and the product’s battery needs – entering standby mode at a whim when not in use, and an active CO2 air detection system that gives the user information on how clear the air quality is.
The Dyson Zone is forecasted to launch in March 2023 for the North American market, while consumers can stay in the Zone by visiting their website. As of this posting no price point has been discerned by Dyson just yet.