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Urbanista’s solar headphone lineup adds adaptive noise cancellation at lower prices

Phoenix true wireless earbuds (left) and Los Angeles headphones (right).
The Phoenix true wireless earbuds and Los Angeles headphones. | Image: Urbanista

Urbanista is overhauling its solar charging headphone lineup with the announcement of second-generation versions of both its Los Angeles over-ear headphones and Phoenix true wireless earbuds. Both products are still built around the same Powerfoyle solar charging material from Exeger but have been updated to include more power-efficient internal components, adaptive (rather than simply active) noise cancellation, and more streamlined designs.

Both are still in development and aren’t going on sale until roughly midway through the year, but when they’re released, they’ll be priced slightly cheaper than their first-generation counterparts. The second-gen Los Angeles are due to cost $179 (versus $199 for the originals), while the second-gen…

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