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CMF by Nothing expands audio lineup with Neckband Pro and Buds launch

Nothing expands its audio product offerings.

Published onMarch 5, 2024

  • CMF by Nothing is launching two new audio products: Neckband Pro and Buds.
  • Buds offers up to 42 dB of noise cancelation.
  • Neckband Pro can provide 37 hours of non-stop playback.

CMF by Nothing is launching its first new products of 2024. These products further expand CMF’s audio offerings and will be available for order very soon.

Today, Nothing’s subbrand announced through a blog post the launch of the Neckband Pro and Buds. Like the Buds Pro before them, both devices will be available in the US and will be sold via Amazon.

CMF Buds


Starting with the Buds, CMF claims their new earbuds offer “best-in-class” noise cancelation at up to 42 dB. The company also gave this audio product a transparency mode for when you need to hear your surroundings.

As for how long they will last, CMF says the Buds can provide up to eight hours of non-stop playback, with a 45mAh battery in each earpiece. The carrying case is said to add an additional 35.5 hours to that. And a 10-minute charge can reportedly juice up the earbuds enough to offer 6.5 hours of playback.

CMF Neckband Pro


The Neckband Pro, on the other hand, has a 220mAh battery and can offer 37 hours of playback. A fast charge of 10 minutes will allow these earbuds to last for 18 hours.

The Neckband Pro appears to slightly beat out the Buds in terms of noise cancelation, blocking out sound up to 50 dB. It uses five HD mics to help with its adaptive active noise cancelation (ANC) that CMF claims self-adjusts to ambient noise with three intensity settings. You can also expect these earbuds to have a transparency mode as well.

Included on the neckband is a 3-in-1 dial that can be used for adjusting volume, playing/skipping songs, and toggling ANC off/on. These earbuds also boast a IP55 rating, so they can handle sweat and water.


CMF says the Buds will be available in the US on March 28. However, the Neckband Pro won’t go on sale until April. The company does not provide an exact release date for the Neckband Pro, nor does it provide prices for either device.