Yamaha’s range of audio equipment goes far beyond the realm of earphones, but its latest pair of wireless buds looks to change that. The Japanese brand sets a new bar for itself in this field with the unveiling of its TW-E7B earphones.
The new release offers up to 22 hours of listening time, but while most wireless earbuds compete with each other over who has the best battery life, Yamaha aims to win people over sound-wise. The flagship in-ears offer a life-like listening experience thanks to the multi-faceted brand’s signature True Sound tech, which fuses acoustic and electronic elements at a pro-grade level. As a result, expect to hear sounds that would often get diminished with different options on the market.
Yamaha also keeps the safety of your ears in mind, as its Advanced Listening Care feature allows you to adjust the loudness range of different sonic elements to optimize your listening experience at low volumes. Aside from the music (or whatever else you choose to listen to), its high-end mic array and implementation of Qualcomm’s premier cVc technology lets you make crystal-clear phone calls that operate well on both ends. They are also IPX5-rated, assuring they can withstand sweat and rain in unpredictable forecasts or high-octane workouts.
The new earphones will be available in four colors: Black, White, Beige, and Navy Blue. Yamaha’s TW-E7B wireless earbuds are slated to release on September 5 for $280.
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