The French hi-fi company Devialet has previously delivered solid speakers, and assisted (among others) Belkin in releasing a smart speaker, but now it seems it’s time for a new format – namely true wireless. Devialet recently presented the true wireless headphones Gemini and in addition to a nice design, the headphones should be designed with “pressure balance architecture” for optimal sound quality.

In addition to delivering stable sound, Gemini also comes with features such as active noise reduction in three different levels and can let through sound in two different modes. Devialet’s companion app for Gemini can help you scan your ear to find the right size of the included plugs.

According to Devialet, Gemini should be able to play sound for a total of eight hours with the noise reduction turned off and six hours when it is activated. The case has an additional three and a half charges, which means that you can get a total of 27 hours of listening time. The case also supports wireless charging via the Qi standard and USB-C charging.

Devialet Gemini can be ordered via the company’s website and the price is 299 euros.