Sudio Reveals E2 True Wireless With Dirac Virtuo Support

The Swedish manufacturer, which is known for its everyday wireless audio products is launching a new true wireless earphone that aims to take its brand to the next level. With its inclusion of Dirac technology, the new E2 looks to be an inventive shift for Sudio, optimizing digital audio and perfecting sound for better listening in any environment. According to Sudio, “Dirac Virtuo makes listening to music like sitting in the studio with the artists themselves.”

Dirac Virtuo for Bluetooth earphones employs a high-resolution binaural room impulse response technology so that sound seemingly comes from a pair of premium stereo speakers in front of the listener, rather than from inside their head, creating a soundstage previously unattainable.

It also uses Dirac’s patented magnitude response correction technology to remove unintended resonances or sound colorations caused by the headphones themselves. The result is an immersive audio experience; a more accurate stereo soundstage; and significantly better, more balanced, and richly detailed sound quality.

Sudio E2 earphones include a dual-core chipset with embedded Dirac Virtuo solution so users can enjoy spatial audio from stereo content regardless of playback device or media player. Featuring Sudio’s trademark minimalist design, the E2 earphones were created for early adopters of innovative technology who also value premium experiences.

In addition to Dirac technology, the E2 will feature hybrid noise-cancellation, using beamforming directional microphones for the best possible performance. They support both wireless charging and quick charging and come with liquid silicone ear tips that have been tested extensively to guarantee a universal site.

You can find the Sudio E2 for $129 and more on their website here.

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