Technics has introduced its first true wireless sound earbuds, the Technics EAH-AZ70W True Wireless Earbuds. And it sure has a lot going on in it. Like, really a lot. The EAH-AZ70W features Dual Hybrid Noise-Cancelling Technology that combines Feedforward NC Digital Processing and Feedback NC Analogue Processing to achieve “industry-leading noise-cancelling performance.”
But you don’t need to be complete shut off from the surrounding because, there is the Ambient Sound Mode that lets you to hear external sound when you need to, simply by tapping the touch sensor on the earbud.
“Technics signature sound” with rich bass sound is pumped out through large 10 mm Dynamic Driver, featuring graphene-coated PEEK diaphragm.
In addition to high-quality audio reproduction, Technics’ first TWS also promised clear voice call made possible by beamforming technology as well as MEMS mic and labyrinth structure effectively reduces wind noise.
Other notables include Acoustic Control Chamber to precisely controls airflow, support for voice assistants (Siri, Google Assistant and Amazon Alexa), IPX4-equivalent splash-resistant finish, and proprietary antenna structure, combined with a Left-Right Independent Signaling System, ensures a stable Bluetooth connection.
Technics EAH-AZ70W True Wireless Earbuds has a claimed battery life of up to 6.5 hours of continuous playback with NC per 2-hour charge. The battery further boasts 15-minute quick charge that will get you 70 minutes of use.
Plus, the included charging case serves to provide two more full charges for a total of 19.5 hours of operations.
Well, didn’t I say it has a lot going on in it? It sure does, but it also comes at quite a high price, or US$249.99, to be precise.
You can find Technics EAH-AZ70W True Wireless Earbuds selling Technics authorized retailers as well as on Amazon.com as we speak.