Focal has introduced Blue, Olive and Purple designs to their Listen Wireless Line to provide “Chic options”. The French headphone and speaker manufacturer who debuted Rose Gold and Cobalt Blue in 2017, for wired and wireless earphone designs Spark and Sphear S, has chosen early spring as the season to launch the Blue, Olive and Purple flowery compositions on Listen Wireless Chic.

As the brightly coloured version of Listen Wireless, Chic offers all the same technical characteristics and sound quality of the original Listen Wireless, with a little more French ‘Je ne sais quoi’, that will be available from May for $299.

Listen Wireless Chic is a Focal closed-back wireless headphone, and is Bluetooth® 4.1 aptX compatible. It uses 40mm Titanium / Mylar drivers, and has thermosensitive memory foam on the ear pads. Listen Wireless Chic also offers a dual ‘Clear Voice Capture’ microphone system, with 20 hours of autonomous playtime. “When searching for colours for inspiration, we wanted to follow current trends,” says Romain Vet, Product and Marketing Manager at Focal. “Listen Wireless Chic not only stands out for the Focal sound quality, but now with freshly inspired colours for spring! Pair the Olive Listen Wireless Chic effortlessly with black and white for an original touch of sophistication, or pair the Purple set with rich, dark greys for a cool city look. Blue remains a classic and sophisticated choice, while staying young and trendy”.

 

 

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