Technics Announces EAH-AZ70W True-Wireless ANC Earphones
Technics has launched its EAH-AZ70W true wireless noise-cancelling earphones at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas this week.
The EAH-AZ70W earphones combine superior sound technologies with compact size and lightweight design, as well as boasting Dual Hybrid Noise Cancelling Technology, according to the company.
The Technics EAH-AZ70W features a newly developed 10mm dynamic driver that uses a graphene-coated PEEK diaphragm and an acoustic control chamber. We are told that the chamber optimises the airflow generated from the driver unit and creates a “clear and vast sound space”.
The EAH-AZ70W true wireless earphones are equipped with Dual Hybrid Noise Cancelling Technology, combing feedforward (FF) and feedback (FB) methods as well as digital and analogue processing. The digital and analogue controls work together to minimise extraneous noise. The bud's touch sensor allows you to switch between Ambient Sound Mode, Noise Cancelling Mode or Off to adjust the listening experience based on preference or environment. The earphones return six hours of continuous playtime with the noise-cancelling activated. The charging case adds a further 18 hours.
The IPX4 Splash-proof EAH-AZ70W uses simultaneous L/R reception to hand you interruption-free performance and high-quality sound. It should also mitigate lag when using the earphones when watching videos.
Its high-performance MEMS microphone minimises wind and other background interference, enabling outstanding noise cancellation and call quality performance. Furthermore, its beamforming technology allows efficient voice transmission during phone calls.
The EAH-AZ70W will be available globally in black or silver with a matching charging cradle from June 2020, however, Panasonic Australia has not confirmed if they will be made available in Australia at the time of writing.
For more information, visit Technics.
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