Noble FoKus Pro | True Wireless Hi-Fi Earphones-Bloom Audio
Noble FoKus Pro | True Wireless Hi-Fi Earphones-Bloom Audio
Noble FoKus Pro | True Wireless Hi-Fi Earphones-Bloom Audio
Noble FoKus Pro | True Wireless Hi-Fi Earphones-Bloom Audio
Noble FoKus Pro | True Wireless Hi-Fi Earphones-Bloom Audio
Noble FoKus Pro | True Wireless Hi-Fi Earphones-Bloom Audio
Noble FoKus Pro | True Wireless Hi-Fi Earphones-Bloom Audio
Noble FoKus Pro | True Wireless Hi-Fi Earphones-Bloom Audio
Noble FoKus Pro | True Wireless Hi-Fi Earphones-Bloom Audio
Noble FoKus Pro | True Wireless Hi-Fi Earphones-Bloom Audio

Noble Audio FoKus Pro | True Wireless Hi-Fi Earphones

Regular price$349.00
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Introducing the FoKus Pro, an audiophile TWS with the Wizard’s touch. Coming on the heels of Noble’s highly acclaimed Falcon Pro, the Noble FoKus Pro once again raises the bar in terms of sound quality and design. It features a hybrid three driver configuration, with a custom made 8.2mm dynamic driver and 2 Knowles balanced armature drivers. The FoKus Pro utilizes the QualComm SoC QCC3040 chip and Bluetooth 5.2. It supports SBC, ACC, AptX and AptX adaptive codecs. The ergonomic shell is 3D printed with a semi-custom low profile shape, a designer faceplate and embedded touch sensor. Battery life is an expected 7.5 hours at 50% volume and the designer metal charging case has a 500mah battery.

The free “Noble FoKus” app can be found on Google Play and Apple’s App store, and features a 10 band equalizer with presets and the ability to create your own custom presets. The equalizer feature also includes a hearing test function that will personalize your EQ settings based on the results of the hearing test.

Note: the Noble FoKus Pro is a premium headphone. It will handle the occasional sweaty workout, but it is not recommended that the FoKus Pro be submerged in water or worn in the shower or rain.

Specs

Hardware

Chip: QCC3040
DriverL 1 DD and 2 BAs
Driver Details: 8.2mm DD designed for Noble and 2 Knowles BA drivers.
Sensor for operation on earbuds: Touch
cVc™ noise canceling technology: Supported

Bluetooth

Bluetooth version: Bluetooth Version 5.2
Bluetooth Profile: HFP.HSP.A2DP.AVRCP
Audio Codec: SBC/AAC/APTX/APTX adaptive
TrueWireless Mirroring: Supported
Multi Pairing: Supported
Operating Range: Up to 12m for android phone,18m for iPhone
Bluetooth Low Energy: Bluetooth Low Energy sensor hub - 6 mA super low power consumption

Battery

Playing time for music: 7.5 hours @ 50% volume
Charging time of earbuds: 1.5 hours
Charging time of case: 1.5 hours
Wireless charging for case: Not Available for Metal Charger Case
Quick charging: Not supported
Earbuds Standby time: 100 days
Charging case Standby time: 150 days

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Customer Reviews

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Todd Forsythe
One of the best wireless IEMs

Upgraded from the Noble Falcon Pro which I thought was excellent, although even after a replacement I had iPhone a lot of connectivity issues. The FoKus seems to offer a more balanced frequency response, cleaner, but retains the bass and sub bass extension. Quite fun to listen, too. I don't know of a better unit on the market these days.

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Tyler Haynes
Exceptional sound quality, exceptionally poor connectivity.

I was not expecting to hear what I heard when I connected these to my iPhone, popped them in my ears, opened Roon, and started to listen.

I honestly did not expect to hear what I heard. The sound quality of these is absolutely beyond my expectations for what could be achieved wirelessly. Nuances and complexities I have only heard using wired headphones were appreciated for the first time when I’ve in the past not noticed them using other mainstream wireless products. I was, and still am, floored by these in this regard. You have your standard fare… your Apples and your oranges. Good enough to get by on sorta buds. But these are exotic. Kiwi. No. Papaya. No, no… Yangmei, but for a midwesterner eating it the first time.

Now, the unfortunate thing is the very poor connectivity. I have found the connection to be somewhat unreliable with my phone. Not terrible when using it close by, but not what I consider to be acceptable. I don’t think I should experience drops every 5 minutes when I’m less than a foot away from my phone. It obviously becomes less reliable as you move further away. As another reviewer mentioned with their Astell&Kern, they have more issues than their phone. I have the same experience with my DAP (not A&k). HORRIBLE connection to my DAP that it is basically unusable.

No problems with reconnecting to my phone, charging, connections between the buds, etc. Just poor connection between source device and buds.

I have yet to use these for calls.

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Jonathan Spurrier
Sound amazing IT JUST EVERYTHING ELSE

I want to start off by saying that these earbuds or simply the best audio quality you’re fine on today’s current market. With that being said The microphone quality is straight garbage, and the connection between the two earbuds is awful. When listening to music sometimes it’s like snack cracklin pop go inside the earbuds and are having a party as far as the Bluetooth connectivity between each year bud. I think I have also had issues charging them once placing a case refusing to either take a charge or continuing to stay connected to whatever device they have been previously paired with. I contacted the company and they were very amazing in sending me a brand new case to try to resolve the issue, however the connectivity between the buds is unbearable and I’m currently seeking a fix with the company. They have told me that the microphone issue is just simply their build quality and a compromise for outstanding sound versus use as a true option for wireless calling. I understand there’s trade-offs but for true wireless headphones microphone quality should never be a trade-off as seen as how most of these are use for phone calls as well as listening to music. I would say if you want to deal with how the headaches or you get a good pair of these you can’t go wrong I previously owned the Gemini, Bowers and Wilkins, the P7 and Liberty 3 pros and the Klysch T2 TRUE ANC. These Headphones are head and shoulders of over the sound quality of all these other brands that I’ve owned however when it comes to all other functionality other than their amazing EQ they do not pass the test unfortunately. With this in mind I cannot honestly recommend them for the price tag however if Noble fixes the problems with these through either a recall or a firmware patch they would be a winner winner chicken dinner and the best you can buy on the market at this time.

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David Doyle
Bluetooth problems?

I bought the FoKus Pro to use as a wireless item with my A&K SP2K. It sounds wonderful but has the least stable BT connection I’ve experienced. If I turn my head slightly it drops. If I move the player 6 inches it drops. I must say that the problem might be mostly with the SP2K, as my iPhone has minimum connection issues with the FP.
Other than that, I am delighted- full bass, lively sound with a fun signature


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