Xiaomi launches Mi HiFi Hybrid Headphones in China

Xiaomi has launched a new audio product in its home country China — Mi HiFi Hybrid Headphones. As the name indicates, they are designed to work in both wired and wireless modes as it aims to allow users more flexibility.

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It comes with two dynamic drivers and two balanced armature units, with the latter placed before the dynamic drivers for better detail in audio. There’s also a thin silicone layer to produce bass, and titanium composite inside the diaphragm for treble.

The company says that sound chambers are made of a durable material Zirconia while the cables are made of silver-plated oxygen-free copper material. The big USP is the hybrid nature of these headphones, and they are designed to work wired, or wirelessly using a Bluetooth DAC amplifier that supports Hi-Res SBC, AAC, and LDAC.

Xiaomi is also including the 3.5mm audio jack cable and the USB Type-C cable inside the box. It also comes bundled with four pairs of silicone eartips, two pairs of memory sponge eartips, a headphone case, a USB Type-C charging cable, and a pair of ear hooks.

This Xiaomi’s new Mi HiFi Hybrid Headphones, which is pegged to be a ‘flagship product’, has a price tag of 999 Yuan (about ₹10,000) in China. They are now up for pre-order on Mi.com, and sales will begin from 11th November.

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