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Get $100 off on AirPods Max for a limited time

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Get $100 off on AirPods Max for a limited time
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During the limited-time offer at Adorama, you will now get $100 back on AirPods Max. The regular price of AirPods Max starts at $549 but Adorama offering you at only $449 by saving $100. The discount is applicable for limited, I think it may be less than 10 hours from the publication of this post. You will have the option to choose from five different colors including Blue, Gray, Green, and Silver color, however, the Pink color is available on different pages but you can still save $100 on the AirPods Max Pink color at Adorama.

And also make sure that your device must have at least iOS 14.3 or later, iPadOS 14.3 or later, macOS Big Sur 11.1 or later, watchOS 7.2, and tvOS 14.3 or later.

Apple AirPods Max, Sky Blue

AirPods Max Features

  • Adaptive EQ: AirPods Max uses Adaptive EQ to adjust the sound to the fit and seal of the ear cushions by measuring the sound signal delivered to a user and adjusting the low and mid-frequencies in real-time — bringing rich audio that captures every detail.
  • Active Noise Cancellation: AirPods Max delivers immersive sound through Active Noise Cancellation so users can focus on what they are listening to. Each ear cup features three outward-facing microphones to detect environmental noise, while one microphone inside the ear cup monitors the sound reaching the listener’s ear. Using computational audio, noise cancellation continuously adapts to the headphone fit and movement in real-time.
  • Transparency Mode: With AirPods Max, users can switch to Transparency mode to simultaneously listen to music while hearing the environment around them — ensuring everything, including a user’s own voice, sounds natural while the audio plays perfectly. Switching between Active Noise Cancellation and Transparency mode can be done with a single press using the noise control button.
  • Spatial Audio: AirPods Max uses spatial audio with dynamic head tracking to place sounds virtually anywhere in space — delivering an immersive, theater-like experience for content recorded in 5.1, 7.1, and Dolby Atmos. Using the gyroscope and accelerometer in AirPods Max and iPhone or iPad, spatial audio tracks the motion of a user’s head as well as the device, compares the motion data, then remaps the sound field so it stays anchored to the device, even as the user’s head moves.

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The architecture of AirPods Max has been meticulously engineered to provide each user with exceptional acoustic performance. The breathable knit mesh canopy, which covers the headband, is designed to distribute weight and alleviate on-head pressure. The stainless steel headband frame is strong, versatile, and comfortable for a wide range of head shapes and sizes. Telescoping headband arms expand and contract effortlessly to maintain the optimal fit.

The Apple AirPods Max has a 40 mm dynamic driver that provides rich, deep bass, precise mid-range, and crisp, clean high-frequency extension so you can hear every note. AirPods Max has a proprietary twin neodymium ring magnet motor that allows it to maintain less than 1% total harmonic distortion across the full audible range, even at maximum volume.

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AirPods Max uses machine audio to give the greatest possible quality listening experience, including an Apple-designed H1 processor, a proprietary acoustic interface, and advanced software in each ear cup. Each of the chips’ 10 audio cores, capable of 9 billion operations per second, enables a breakthrough listening experience that incorporates Adaptive EQ, Active Noise Cancellation, Transparency Mode, and spatial audio.

The AirPods Max can recognize when they are on a user’s head using optical and positional sensors. When the AirPods Max is in place, the music will play and then cease when the user removes them or just raises one of the ear cups. Voice calls and Siri instructions with AirPods Max are crisp and straightforward thanks to beam-forming microphones that block out ambient noise and focus on the user’s voice.

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