Here's All You Need to Know About CDLA Technology Headphones

Ditching the traditional 3.5mm audio jack, the Chinese handset maker LeEco has announced the latest CDLA technology for an enhanced audio experience. The company has implemented this technology from its latest devices, including Le 2, LeMax 2 smartphones respectively.

Here's All You Need to Know About CDLA Technology Headphones

Certified by the Music Association of China, these headphones will be plugged into the USB Type-C port, which will stream lossless audio to a decoder chip inside the headphones themselves.

What is CDLA?

The full form of CDLA -- Continual Lossless Digital Audio! Pioneered by LeEco, this new digital architecture enables the end to end lossless digital music transmission. Here, all the CDLA headphones have their own ID, so it knows what recommendations and preferences it can offer. The LeEco has launched an exclusive Type-C CDLA earphones at a price of Rs. 1990 and will be available through Lemall.com in India

Benefits of CDLA technology!

Experience the Lossless audio now!

Here's All You Need to Know About CDLA Technology Headphones

Sometimes music in the audio jack gets lost in transition due to some problems, including interface noise, poor sound field, noise from connector and others. With the CDLA tech, you can listen to an enhanced audio quality which integrate the digital-to-analog converter and amplifier right into their headphones, ensuring consistent quality across devices.

LED lights indicate the device pairing

There is an LED light at the back, that glows when these earbuds are connected and are also tangle free.

Device compatibility

Here's All You Need to Know About CDLA Technology Headphones

As of now, these headsets can be used by LeEco 1, Le 1S, Le 1 Max, Le 2, Xiaomi Mi5 users.

Open back earphones

Here's All You Need to Know About CDLA Technology Headphones

These earphones feature a Dupont designed membrane, which provides good resonance and deep base.

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