Audio-Technica has finally made its move to the market with its first truly wireless earbuds call “ATH-ANC300TW”. Just like some of the audio companies, Audio-Technica has worked with Qualcomm to solve the wireless side of things so they could continue to focus on what they did best: audio. And while ATH-ANC300TW are not Audio-Technica's first pair of TWEs, they look to be the best and by far the most exciting.
Audio-Technica guarantees that the earbuds will give you 4.5-long periods of running time, which can be stretched out to 18 hours with the charging case. The charging case is said to weigh around 50 grams, which implies it is pocketable yet glances gigantic in the press renders. Presently, that is route less when contrasted with the AirPods Pro, which is evaluated at as long as 24 hours by Apple. Each earbud packs a 5.8 mm driver just as two amplifiers that utilization Qualcomm's Clear Voice Capture to guarantee optimal noise cancellation. There are 3 options for noise-canceling profiles that users can choose from which included Airplane for isolating low-frequency sounds, On-the-Go for street noise, and Office/Study which responds to noise in quiet environments.
Some perspective of this new earbud from a few reviewers stated that the ATH-ANC300TW are oversized TWEs which is similar to Sony WF-1000xM3, though not so much as to not be portable. The case is taller than it is wide and squeezes into a tight pocket, though not without some difficulty. The magnetic latch opens to reveal the stylish earbuds, which sit up in the case like a throne.
Audio-Technica plans to dispatch the ATH-ANC300TW this spring, likely at some point in March, for USD230. This price is just similar to the Sony WF-100XM3 and Apple AirPods Pro.