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Urbanista says its solar powered headphones can basically play endlessly

Audio brand Arbista is looking at wireless active noise cancellation (ANC) headphones to put an end to the problem of running on electricity. The company claims that powerfoil solar cell materials are used Urbanista los angeles Headphones can charge the battery with any type of light, not just solar. The idea is that you will get “almost infinite drama”.

If you are out for an hour when the sun shines, solar cell technology will add up to three hours of listening to the battery, According to wired. Even if it is a cloudy day, you seem to get two hours of extra battery life for every hour you spend outside. Ambient Light Urbanista will also recharge Los Angeles, but if you leave the set next to a window, you’ll still top the battery fast. Otherwise, you can charge the battery using a USB-C cable.

Powerfoyle is the brainchild of a Swedish company called Exager. The material can obviously be used in any design. Urbanista says this is the first time the technology has been integrated into headphones.

However, JBL has tried to use the technique as well. The company started a crowdfunding project in 2019, aiming to offer almost unlimited playback with its reflective internal headphones. Due to travel related complications arising from the onset of COVID-19, JBL canceled the project, And is offering refunds to all backers by the end of this month.

Elsewhere, with Siri and Google Assistant support, Ernista has full compatibility with iOS, Android and Windows systems, according to the company in Los Angeles. You can toggle between ANC and ambient sound mode with the press of a button. With the on-ear detection feature, the headphones will extract the audio when you remove them and continue playback when you place them above your ears. It will have two color options, including a midnight black variant.

Whether the company’s charging claims remain to be seen. Arbista will cost £ 169 (about $ 200) in Los Angeles, although the company does not yet have to open pre-orders.