On April 28, Samsung detailed two new devices for its Level lineup of smart Bluetooth audio products: the Samsung Level On Wireless and the Samsung Level Line.
JK Shin, CEO and Head of IT & Mobile Communications Division at Samsung Electronics, had this to say about Samsung Level:
“With the Samsung Level series, we have brought together our industry-leading technology and design expertise to deliver users the best possible audio experience. The Samsung Level On Wireless and Level Link are built upon Samsung’s longstanding heritage of mobile innovation to expand our range of audio accessories that deliver organic sound quality, superior comfort, portability and style.”
First, let’s begin with the On Wireless. These are headphones equipped with six built-in microphones, Active Noise Cancellation (ANC), and a dual-layered diaphragm designed to reduce vibration and noise in order to create a more balanced sound. A touch control pad allows users to bring up S Voice, adjust the volume, or play, pause, or skip tracks. Tracks can be shared easily with other On Wireless users through the Sound Sharing function.
Lastly, the Link brings Bluetooth connectivity to traditional audio accessories in order to make them wireless. Simply, connect the Link to headphones, speakers, or another audio source, and pair it to a Bluetooth-enabled device. Streaming can be done to two Bluetooth-enabled products at once. The Link’s aptX Low Latency Codec should provide lag-less sound during video playback.