NOTHING BUT THE MUSIC WITH AUDIO-TECHNICA’S NEWEST HEADPHONES
Audio-Technica continues to set benchmarks and win awards with its headphones, particularly those with the company's latest active noise-cancelling tech built-in.
Audio-Technica debuted its ATH-ANC700BT QuietPoint Over-ear Headphones earlier this year at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas.
The ANC700BT is equipped with a proprietary four microphone multi-feedback system which it Audio-Technica says greatly reduces environmental noise.
The new model feature 40 mm drivers carefully voiced to deliver high-fidelity audio reproduction, in a foldable design lending itself perfectly for travel.
Bluetooth connectivity and battery life are said to have been further refined offering up to 25 hours of continuous use of Bluetooth wireless and noise-cancelling technology, and up to 1,000 hours on standby.
Touch and swipe controls are built into the earcup for answering/ending calls, controlling music & video playback and adjusting the volume.
There's an included 1.2m cable with 3.5mm stereo mini-plug to provide a wired connection for those times when wireless operation is not possible, or of course when the battery power has been depleted.
The Audio-Technica ATH-ANC700BT (Black) will be available from April. Local pricing has not yet been confirmed.
For more information visit Audio-Technica.
Further reading: Headphones Discussion Forum
StereoNET’s Founder and Publisher, born in UK and raised on British Hi-Fi before moving to Australia where he worked as an Engineer in both the audio and mechanical fields.
It's not all about the size of the package when it comes to performance, says Michael Darroch…
Acoustic Energy's floor-standing AE320 loudspeaker joins the company's 300 Series taking the top spot as the...
PrimaLuna has kicked some serious goals in recent years with its range of tube-based products. For the first...
Just add speakers - that's the catch-cry for NAD's new BluOS enabled streaming integrated amplifier that's...
Epson unveiled its two new EH-LS11000 4K Laser projectors at a UK trade show overnight, but other regions told...
Matthew Jens tries out this new true wireless active noise-cancelling in-ear monitor…
Audio Research Corporation announces its first entirely in-house finished amplifier that also happens to be...
StormAudio has announced its new ISP Core 16 entry-level 16-Channel AV Processor.
NAD Electronics has announced a new integrated amplifier, the C 399, along with the MDC2 BluOS-D module.
Mike Perez takes this cute looking budget record deck for a spin…