Yamaha TW-E3A Fully Wireless Headphones: aptX Support and Signature Sound Enhancement
Yamaha has unveiled its first TWS headphones, the TW-E3A. The manufacturer stated that the product is based on the firm’s rich experience and understanding of the essence of music. Yamaha promised a high level of quality and availability of all the most necessary technologies.
The TW-E3A headphones received 6 mm drivers with a range from 20 Hz to 20 kHz. The signal reception is based on the Bluetooth 5.0 module with support for SBC, AAC, Qualcomm aptX codecs. To improve the sound, we used the “Comfortable listening” technology, which is designed to provide increased detail of musical material at low volume.
The manufacturer drew attention to the True Wireless Stereo Plus system: both headphones are connected directly to a compatible source, which eliminates delays and sound cuts in one of the headphones, and also ensures synchronized operation (discharge) of the batteries.
Among other features, it is worth highlighting the presence of IPX5 protection, buttons on the headphones for controlling music and calling a smart assistant. Fully charged batteries should last for 6 hours, a charging case will give you about 24 hours more.
As for the appearance, the TW-E3A headphones are made in the corporate style of the company and are offered in four colors: black, white, rose quartz and gray-blue.