Noble Audio Falcon – Wireless $156 Review

April 25, 2020 § Leave a comment

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“The Falcon has two types of function control, physical and virtual. The physical is via a physical button housed under the main faceplate on each driver. I am on the fence on the use of physical buttons due to the depth of the nozzle. Sometimes the force on physical models can make the TWS lodge too deeply in your ear.

On the Flacon, however, it does feel quite steady with little movement when pressing on the buttons. Now, the drivers stick a little out of your ear. That is a good thing for its physical control system as you can pinch the driver and press the buttons quite easily. By doing so, you can prevent the Falcon from jamming into your eardrum and creating unnecessary discomfort.

The default multifunction controls cover the standard range of TWS actions including playback and call control and they are independently assigned per driver via the Noble Sound Suite app. The combination of clicks are 1, 2 and 3 depending on what you assign to each click. Volume control is activated from the driver which is not always a standard feature on some TWS so that is welcome.”

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