As society transitions into the wireless age of devices, consumers demand products that feature wireless technology such as Bluetooth 5 rather than your traditional headphone jacks. This is where Audio-Technica have been able to introduce one of the most technically advanced wireless in-ear headphones on the market, introducing the ATH-ANC300TW.
The ATH-ANC300TW offers both truly wireless capabilities along with active noice-cancelling all in one pair in-ear headphones. Its 5.8 mm drivers with diamond-like carbon coated diaphragms ensures unmatched audio quality that features Audio-Technica’s signature strong bass and clarity in higher frequencies.
The headphones digital active noise-cancelling properties is thanks to two active noise-cancelling microphones placed in both the front and rear of each earbud, recording and transferring its pickup to a high-precision, digital noise-cancelling processor. There are three different noise-cancelling modes to select from – Airplane, On the go, and Office/Study. Each mode can a mask ambient noise such as low-frequency range of an airplane engine for ‘Airplane‘ mode, ambient street noises for ‘On the go‘, and effectively eliminate noises that pop up in quiet places such as offices and libraries for ‘Office/Study’ mode.
Thanks to the ATH-ANC300TW’s multifunction buttons located on each earbud, you can easily control your music playback, incoming calls and of course, volume. The design on the ATH-ANC300TW features an ergonomic and comfortable fit for the user, while the silicone ear tip is available in four different sizes (XS, S, M, and L).
Depsite its small form factor, the ATH-ANC300TW is still able to produce 4.5 hours of continuous playback with an additional 13.5 hours using the charging case. The charging case features USB-C connection and is able to fully charge in just 2.5 hours
The ATH-ANC300TW supports Bluetooth 5.0 and features integrated Qualcomm TrueWireless Stereo Plus function that ensures low-latency and a stable connection. The ATH-ANC300TW will be available in Australia by the end of June 2020.
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