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Yamaha launches two models of its first wireless headphones

by Henry Brown


Yamaha has delighted fans with the release of its first fully wireless headphones, the Yamaha TW-E7A and TW-E5A.

Yamaha TW-E7A have 6.2mm drivers, support Bluetooth 5.0, aptX codec, capable of providing a minimum level of delays and loss of quality during signal transmission.

The autonomy of the headphones reaches 5 hours, and the case extends the battery life up to 20 hours. The headphones received a high-quality active noise cancellation system.

The Yamaha TW-E7A features a proprietary Listening Care technology that automatically adjusts the frequency range to enhance sound detail even at low volumes.

The novelty comes with five pairs of silicone ear pads of different sizes. Enclosure protection meets IPX5 standard. Wireless charging supported. The cost is $ 230.

Together with the Yamaha TW-E7A, the Yamaha TW-E5A model was presented, which does not have an active noise cancellation system and support for wireless charging, but its total autonomy reaches 26 hours. The Yamaha TW-E5A is priced at $ 160.


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