Audio manufacturer Denon announced a TWS called PerL . There are two models announced namely PerL and PerL Pro. Unlike TWS in general, these two premium TWS come with patented Adaptive Acoustic technology.
Denon PerL specs
According to Denon, the name PerL stands for “Personalized Listening”. For this reason, the two TWS are equipped with Adaptive Acoustic Technology (AAT) technology from Denon’s parent company, Masimo.
Through this adaptive acoustic technology, PerL can create personalized audio profiles according to each user’s hearing ability. So, you can be sure that the experience of using TWS will differ from one user to another.
Meanwhile, for audio quality, PerL is claimed to be able to produce clear and detailed sound thanks to the support of Qualcomm AptX Lossless technology. This TWS is also equipped with an active ANC noise cancellation feature and a transparent mode to hear sounds from the surrounding environment.
So what’s the difference between PerL Pro and PerL? The difference between the two is in the features. PerL is supported with Spatial Audio premium features from Dirac Virtuo. The Pro version also supports Bluetooth 5.3 with support for multipoint connectivity, aptX Adaptive, aptX Classic, and AAC and SBC audio codecs.
For the standard version, PerL only supports Bluetooth 5.0, does not yet support multipoint connectivity and there is no Spatial Audio feature.
Battery life is also different. PerL Pro can last up to 8 hours with a total usage time of 32 hours with the help of its protective case. For PerL only 6 hours with a total use time of 24 hours. It supports fast recharge feature. Charging for 10 minutes can be used up to about 1 hour.
Price Denon PerL
Denon PerL is currently available and priced at US$199 for PerL and US$349 for PerL Pro.