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Technics’ Wireless EAH-F70N: Stylish Design Meets Nuanced Musical Sound

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Just take a look at the design of this beauty and you’ll see that there’s something exciting to behold with the Technics EAH-F70N wireless headphones.

Styled in aluminium, the headphones have a spin finish and a laser-engraved and coloured Technics logo mark, There’s also a ‘swivel & fold’ mechanism makes them easy to carry and store.

Hybrid Noise Cancelling Wireless Headphones

The hybrid noise cancelling system combines two different systems to realise high noise-reducing performance – a feedforward system which uses a mic mounted on the outside, and the feedback system which uses a mic located near the driver positioned close to the ear. A three-level mode selector allows noise cancelling effects according to the situation – from the high level required on an aeroplane to a low level to reduce background noise. 

The EAH-F70N headphones support LDAC/apt-X HD for wireless, high-res-equivalent sound reproduction and feature Technics’ original wide-band hybrid active noise-cancelling to allow immersion in music in virtually any environment. 

Playing nuanced musical sound, this is achieved via 40-mm dynamic drivers with a Composite Performance Film (CPF) diaphragm; and an optimal airflow Air Control Precision Structure. 

40mm dynamic driver with newly developed diaphragm 

Designed for peak musical reproduction. The bullet-shaped dome has improved rigidity. The natural and linear high-frequency characteristics provide a smooth and lustrous sound. The rib edge shape was optimised through simulation to attain high linearity across the entire input range.

Air Control Precision Structure 

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Available to buy in black, silver or copper styles, priced at $599.95 RRP.

High-Resolution audio quality with Bluetooth and LDAC technology

Fast response and high definition are achieved wirelessly; reproducing High-Resolution Audio when High-Resolution content is transmitted with the LDAC codec at a maximum transfer rate of 990kbps.

Smart, seamless operation with wearing playback sensor 

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Technics’ Wireless EAH-F70N

One particularly clever feature is that when the headphones are removed from the wearer’s head, music stops. When they are put back, music resumes.

Ambient sound enhancer 

This function makes the headphone better for using on train trips or travelling. Basically, it lets you listen to background sounds, such as announcements made on a train or in an airport by simply touching the outside of the housing, without removing the headphones from your head.

Voice assist activation

This function activates voice assistance, such as Siri in the iPhone. By speaking, you can make a phone call, select a music title to play in linkage with a music streaming service or check the weather or route guidance.

3D ball joint mechanism and stylish design

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Technics' Wireless EAH-F70N
Technics’ Wireless EAH-F70N

The ball joint mechanism allows three-dimensional movement of the headphones’ ear cuff to fit the ear at a comfortable angle. The shape of the ear pads is ergonomically designed and low-resilient polyurethane foam is used inside the pads to ensure a snug fit around the ears. The ear pads offer increased isolation and sound insulating performance as well as extra comfort. 

So check it out yourself and give us your verdict. We’d love to hear from you.

Robyn Foyster

Written by Robyn Foyster

Robyn Foyster is an award-winning journalist and former Editor-In-Chief of The Australian Women's Weekly. She is also the owner and publisher of Women Love Tech, Game Changers and The Carousel. Robyn is the owner and founder of a tech business called AR tech, where she helped create the world's first AR community shopping app called Sweep and her team produced the 2018 Vivid app. She is a speaker and a judge of the Telstra Business Awards and Mumbrella Awards. Robyn is passionate about supporting women in STEM.

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