- The Dyson Zone headphones feature active noise cancellation, along with an air purification system.
- The headset comes with a removable visor, that pushes a stream of purified air directly in the user’s nose.
- Dyson says that their new headphones can deliver full-spectrum sound.
Dyson is a prominent name globally known for their cutting-edge vacuum cleaners and air purifiers. The company now has entered the audio segment with a unique pair of headphones. The new Dyson Zone Headphones come with active noise cancellation along with a removable visor that purifies air.
The Dyson Zone headphones were unveiled by the company last year in the United States. Dyson started retailing the new headphones in the USA, UK, and other European in April 2023. The company has now officially launched the one-of-a-kind Dyson Zone headphones in India.
Dyson Zone Headphones: Price and Availability
The Dyson Zone Headphones are available in two models with the following pricing:
- Dyson Zone Headphones Standard: Rs 59,900
- Dyson Zone Absolute+ Headphones: Rs 64,900
The new Dyson Zone headphones are available in two colour options: Prussian Blue and Bright Copper. These are available for purchase on Dyson’s website, and Dyson Demo Offline Stores across India, starting today, October 4.
Dyson Zone Headphones: Features and Specifications
The Dyson Zone headphones have an over-the-ear design, where the earcups cover your entire year. The company says that the design is inspired by a horse’s saddle, to ensure that both left and right earcups are evenly balanced by weight. Dyson is also using a special kind of foam to ensure maximum comfort and the best noise cancellation on its headphones.
The Dyson Zone headphones feature 40mm drivers, powered by 16-ohm neodymium-based speakers. The headset can output sound within a frequency range of 6Hz – 21,000Hz. The company says that the headset can deliver a full spectrum sound.
The Dyson Zone headphones also come with active noise cancellation. The headphones are equipped with 11 microphones, out of which 8 are dedicated to ANC. The headset can monitor external sound 3,84,000 times per second to actively scan the surrounding noise levels.
Dyson says that their new headphones are capable of cancelling noise of up to 38dB from the background. The company has also included a transparent mode, which only removes unwanted noises around you while keeping you aware of the happenings in your surroundings. Dyson says that the headset offers 50 hours of playback on a single charge.
Air Purification in the Dyson Zone Headphones
The highlight of the Dyson Zone headphones is its air purification capabilities. The headset comes with a removable visor, that gives over your mouth and attaches to both earcups. Each earcup is equipped with a compressor, that pulls air from your surroundings through double-layer filters.
The air is then purified in the compressor using Dyson’s motor-based filtration technique and pushed directly to your nose. This ensures that you breathe fresh and purified air, regardless of the pollution around you.
The compressor in the headset comes with electrostatic filters, that can remove particles as small as 0.1 microns. It also comes with activated carbon filters that help to purify Nitrogen Dioxide from the air.
The Dyzon Zone headphones can be paired with the MyDyson App, which can be used to monitor the air filtration processed by the headset. It also shows the NO2 levels in your surroundings. The app also comes with an equalizer, that can be used to customize the audio experience on your headset.
The Dyson Zone Headphones are powered by lithium-ion batteries and use a USB-C port for charging. Dyzon says that the headset can be charged from 0-100% in 3 hours.
The Dyson Zone headphones are available in two variants: Dyson Zone Standard, and Dyson Zone Absolute+. The two models share the same set of specifications in the audio department.
The Absolute+ variant offers two electrostatic carbon filters, instead of one as found on the standard variant. The higher variant also comes with an Explorer Case, along with an In-Flight adaptor kit. The standard variant comes with a Quarter Turn hardened case, whereas the Absolute+ has a soft carry case.