(PR) Introducing Dobuds ONE, True Wireless Active Noise Canceling Earbuds with Hybrid Drivers

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Today Donner, the global music technology company focusing on developing instruments that over-deliver on tone, value and innovation, announces the US debut of Dobuds ONE, its first true wireless and active noise canceling earbuds featuring both dynamic driver and balanced armature driver. Available now at Amazon Marketplace. The Donner Dobuds ONE comes in four colors: matte black, mint green, snow white and navy blue. After a decade of research on musical instruments, Donner’s new headphones will continue to bring exceptional sound experience to global music lovers.

"Dynamic drivers are good for delivering warm sounds with strong bass, but lack detail in the upper frequencies and as a result produce unbalanced sound." Said Sutter Zhao, product manager of Donner Headphones Division. "With a hybrid design of 1 large dynamic driver for rich bass response and 1 customized balanced armature driver for more delicate sound in the high frequencies, Dobuds ONE effectively delivers the sparkling details of your music by offering better balanced, and multi-layer sound."


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