ByMatty Logan 2019-12-27 1387
Have a better solution? I think the introduction of the sensor module TMD2635 by AMS is a good answer. It is a complete optical-digital sensor module with an effective use distance of 3mur5mm and can detect whether users are wearing headphones. When it is detected that the user is not wearing headphones, the power-consuming work in the headphones can be turned off, thus improving battery performance.
It is worth mentioning that the sensor is smaller, even less than 1 cubic millimeter, which can greatly save the internal space of headphones and help true wireless headphone manufacturers develop smaller headphone products with better battery life.
Perhaps in the foreseeable future, we will also see more real wireless headphones with excellent design and excellent battery life, all with the help of this TMD2635 sensor developed by AMS.
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