EAH-TZ700 (Picture: Panasonic)
EAH-TZ700 (Picture: Panasonic)

1200 Euros

Technics' first in-ears

| UW

At the IFA, Technics presented their first ever in-ear headphones. Their name is EAH-TZ700 and they are expected to be launched in December for a proud 1200 Euros.

In contrast to most similarly expensive competitor models, the technics uses a dynamic single-unit driver. They are, however, supposed to nevertheless reproduce frequencies up to 100 kHz. In order to achieve this goal, Technics uses an aluminum diaphragm that is only five micrometers thin and has an impressive diameter of 10 mm. It is supported by "magnetic fluid" and an "air control chamber". The housing is made of magnesium due to its good damping properties, while Technics uses light and high-strength titanium for the sound outlet. Included are two interchangeable cables – one symmetrical and one asymmetrical – as well as 4 oval and 4 round earplugs each.


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