Google Assistant and Noise Cancelling on board

Panasonic HD610N Bluetooth Headphones

With the HD610N, Panasonic is launching a headset with Bluetooth, noise reduction and voice control in September. The successor to the HD605N offers an extra long battery life of 24 hours and supports the Bluetooth codecs AAC, aptX HD and LDAC. Thanks to Google Assistant optimization, everyday tasks can be performed via speech input and output. On push of a button directly at the headphones or over the new "Panasonic audio Connect" App the noise suppression can be adjusted in 3 steps. A short touch of the hand is enough to stop the music and the interaction mode strengthens the environmental noises. The battery is fully charged in 4 hours. Alternatively, it can be operated via the included mini jack cable. The HD610N in black or brown comes complete with USB charging cable, aircraft adapter and hard-case and costs 300 Euros.


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