Technics EAH-AZ70WE True Wireless In-Ear Premium Class Hörlurar (brusreducering, röststyrning, trådlös) Svart
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- Bullerreducering av referensklass – effektiv brusreducering, individuellt justerbar och interaktionsläge
- Referens ljudkvalitet – kristallklara diskanter, balanserade mittpunkter och djupaste bas garanterar bästa ljud
- Högklassig teknik design – laddningsfodral med borstad aluminiumyta och stänkskyddande in-ears
- Tillförlitlig Bluetooth-anslutning — Simultan anslutning till vänster och höger in-ear för helt synkron ljuduppspelning
- Utmärkt samtalskvalitet – mikrofonteknik möjliggör bästa röstförståelse för minskade vindbrus
- Batterier : 3 Litiumpolymer Batterier krävs. (inkluderat)
- Produktens mått : 6.6 x 12.2 x 16.8 cm; 79 Gram
- Tillverkare : CQ4SP
- ASIN : B089BHKS6S
- Artikelnummer : EAH-AZ70WE-K
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Those who remember Technics from the 80s/90s (iconic SL1210 turntable!) will know the score ;-)
I don’t like white earphones, so AirPods were out. B&O E8 don’t have ANC, so they were out.
Sennheiser momentum are glitchy - out.
Sony WF1000 are ugly - denied.
And then these turned up out of the blue with their plain styling and more importantly, in black!
Right off the bat, the sound quality is up there with the best. A full bodied sound with no nasties at either end of the frequency range, very similar to B&O’s sound signature. No over bloated bass and no fatiguing mids & highs. Spot on.
I bought them mainly for SQ and to welcome Technics back into the fold, but the connectivity, features and ANC are top level. No complaints.
They look big in pictures but they really aren’t. They very light in my opinion also, 7 grams each I think. I barely notice them in my ears.
The top 5 have a serious competitor here at a very reasonable price!
Edit - The charging case batteries completely deplete after approx 1 week. This may affect people who use them infrequently. They are obviously never fully ‘off’ and consume power idling.
I tried the following ANC in-ears:
- Sony WF-1000XM3 (telephone function unusable, nerdy high power blinking, HUGE box)
- Panasonic AZ-W500 (same as this one, but smaller case & 8mm instead of 10mm driver)
- Apple Ipod Pro (way too low vol. on androids with no AAC)
- best sound of all, easily fulfils AUDIPHILE requirements: clear, neutral, VERY differentiating, unbelievable punch, true deep bass, but no frequencies overdone, especially not the bass (I can't stand such headphones). Very pleasant listenoing over hours with no mental hearing fatigue. I also bought a closed headphone upgrade and would say this in-ear is on par with the best closed & neutral wireless and wired cans around 200-300 GBP (Sennheise PXC-550 II, Sennheiser Momentum 3, Yamaha MT HPH-8, Austrian Audio X-55, the like). I tend to believe this is due to the exceptional driver size (10mm diameter means almost double the area than the usual 7mm ones).
- good-looking, including the case
- Correctly implemented SBC codec. Other than Apples Ipod Pro (way too muted on SBC-only phones)
- One of the best ANC algorithms, adjustable in 100 steps. On par with the SOny, better than Airpod Pro
- long play time (6.5h)
- 5 different pairs of silicone tips , instead just 3 with apple.
- comport is only medium. Most likely it's possible to improve with foam tips or by applying a pair of apple ipad air pads (may require removing the sound tubes...). Reason: As with all in-ears other than the Ipod Pro's they have a stiff audio tube over which the silicone earpiece is placed. The tube's stiffness leaves only little place for adaptation to the ear. Apple did this way better: their tips are mounted ONLY at their base. The whole height is left for adaptation. Also, the edge of the tips are quite sharp instead of gently rounded, so this adds to uncomfortable stiffness in that area.
- No AptX codec, neither AptX nor the HD or LL (low latency) variant
- price/value: very expensive (very good if you get a used one for 170 GBP or so)
- Lacks any innovative features : no HD codecs, no real headphone eq (e.g. Morphit or sonarworks mobile), no new-style tips (like apple)
- box is too large, 1/3rd is empty space between the protruding pods
Sound quality is ok but lacking in bass under the 100hz frequency, which for 10mm drivers is quite odd. Large drivers should be able to create higher SPL and deeper, richer bass. This is just not the case.
The rest of the sound signature is very good, detailed and spacious.
For the price this should have a better bass response but even maxing out the EQ +6db(100hz lower limit btw) was unable to get anything remotely close to the Sennheiser TW2 or Sony XM3's bass response.
The soundstage is excellent but that is all. The others have it in every other area of sound by a country mile.
The ANC also was sub par compared to the Sony's and Senn TW2's
With the Sony's being the best and almost eerily quiet when in a moving car and a by an extract fan.
Sennheiser close behind Sony but the Technics were just way off in this area. Letting quite a lot of perceptible lower frequency by and quite a lot high frequency as well. Identical in ANC performance as some cheap goji noise cancelling headphones I compared them against in the end.
Battery life is good-ish because you rarely would want to use the ANC as it's not worth the cut in battery life.
With ANC on they're quite thirsty.
So just average there.
The Sony's are still hard to beat with 2 point pairing and best battery life but they are not IP rated and ugly as sin imo.
The TW2's are horrendously expensive and still use master/slave pairing so only the right bud can be used independently but otherwise they are right out in front for sound quality, codec, anc and style and overall package.
All in all the Technics are not great for the price. Quite stylish and understated but these are more a likely competitor for the £160/£180 bracket with the Sony and possibly Jabra being stiff competition there.
Definitely not worthy competition for £225.
The box and accessories are very nicely presented and the charging box a very nice brushed steel effect. Upon first opening you’ll need to fully charge for about 2 hours. Downloading the app makes setup a breeze. Connection to your device was simple and the Bluetooth seems very stable.
First use I found the earphones a little uncomfortable but changing the standard tips to the slightly smaller ones made this issue go away and they were very comfortable for a few hours of listening so make sure that you spend some time getting the right fitting tips.
The all important bit, these sound great! The bass is tight and well controlled, the soundstage is pretty impressive too. Instrument separation is very good. Mids and highs are good and you can comfortably listen to these without issue for many hours.
Finally ANC - well they are in ear so I didn’t expect too much but again have to say they do a pretty good job! If you’re looking for a good priced, well presented and very fine sounding pair of wireless earphones these should certainly be high up on your list.
There only good with good eartips the ones that they come with are not memory foam so get soundbleed.
The ambience and noise cancelling effects work pretty well, calling microphone the receiver end outside was very bad but it maybe improved with settings in the app.
Talking of the app it's not stable yet so better to link the earphones to the phone first then open the app.
With the right eartips and EQ these are just about worth the reduced £180 rounded up price. Alsp keep an eye on how many lights are on the charging case as it can run down quickish if it's not charged up often.