New noise cancelling true wireless earbuds make good sound accessible

A feminine person wears the Grell TWS-1 earbuds.

Credit: Grell
  • The Grell TWS-1 use active noise-cancelling (ANC) to intelligently quiet background noise.
  • The earbuds use Bluetooth 5.2 and support AAC, aptX, LHDC, and more for high-quality wireless audio.
  • The Grell TWS-1 will be available for pre-sale this month and cost $199.99.

Former Sennheiser Chief Headphone Engineer Axel Grell has stepped away from the stalwart audio company to release the Grell TWS-1. These noise-cancelling true wireless earphones position themselves against products like the Apple AirPods Pro and Samsung Galaxy Buds Pro, and appeal to busy audiophiles.

Each earbud houses a 10mm dynamic driver, which is unusually large for a pair of true wireless earphones. While we don’t yet know how the Grell TWS-1 sound, we can look at the frequency response of other Axel Grell productions like Sennheiser HD 650 to get an idea of the TWS-1’s sound profile. Anyone can tinker with a parametric equalizer in the free SoundID app to fine-tune the frequency response. What’s more, the earbuds support stereo and mono listening, which keeps listeners aware of their surroundings when needed, and low-noise microphones relay clear audio suitable for personal calls and conference meetings alike.

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