Big savings are coming to Yamaha earbuds and headphones

Big savings are coming to Yamaha earbuds and headphones

Although Black Friday has passed, there are still deals to be had on fantastic technology if you know where to look: and you should be searching in the direction of Yamaha’s outstanding wireless headphones and true wireless earbuds.

It’s simple: purchase the TW-E3B, YH-E700A, or YH-L700A between December 21, 2017 and January 22, 2018, and Yamaha will give you a check.

However, having more money in your pocket isn’t the only incentive to invest in these tech-packed ear-pleasers — keep reading to learn about the others.

Listening Care is a feature on Yamaha’s newest true wireless earbuds that allows users to hear full-range music even at low volume levels.

With the World Health Organization estimating that over a billion young adults are endangering their hearing by listening to music at unsafe volumes,

It maintaining sound levels within acceptable levels has never been more important – and with Listening Care,

You don’t have to turn up the volume to 11 to fully experience your favorite songs as the artist intended. The technology guarantees that your music is both safe and enjoyable by automatically altering sound frequencies across the spectrum.

Yamaha’s specialists calibrated the tiny, lightweight TW-E3B (available in six colour finishes) for immersive, dramatic, and expressive sound, and it has Bluetooth 5.0 and Qualcomm aptX technology for high-quality wireless streaming.

With the accompanying Charging Case, the battery lasts up to 24 hours, and the four earpiece sizes ensure that everyone can have a tight, comfortable fit with little sound leaking.
With Advanced ANC,

The YH-E700A takes conventional active noise cancellation to the next level, minimizing the undesirable “coloring” and sound degradation that may be a side effect of ordinary ANC-equipped headphones.

It does this by segregating and isolating music and outside noise signals, guaranteeing that only the latter is deleted while the music signal remains intact.

It also has an Ambient Sound mode, which allows listeners to be aware of their surroundings while still being able to converse.

The YH-E700A, like the TW-E3B, has Listening Care, which keeps the volume low while providing full-range sound from high to low frequencies.

However, the YH-E700A goes a step further: it can analyze both music and background noise in real time and alter the balance to match the listener’s current volume level.

The headphones come with Bluetooth 5.0 and Qualcomm apt Adaptive audio, up to 35 hours of wireless battery life, and a travel case with a USB-C charging connection, audio cable, and flight adaptor in black and white finishes.

The YH-L700A is equipped with 3D Sound Field and head tracking to immerse you in the films on your smartphone or tablet.

This technology converts standard two-channel listening into a genuine 360-degree audio field at the touch of a button, with seven distinct 3D settings to select from.

Head tracking improves things even further by allowing playback to adapt in real time to the user’s head’s orientation in reference to the device presenting the material.

These technologies, when combined, provide YouTube, Netflix, and other streaming services a whole new level of immersion.

Like the YH-E700A, the YH-L700A has Advanced ANC (including Ambient Sound) and real-time adaptive Listening Care, as well as Listening Optimiser.

The latter is always working in the background to guarantee you have excellent audio, taking continuous measurements and altering output whenever the fit or wearing circumstances of the headphones change.

Bluetooth 5.0 and Qualcomm aptX Adaptive offer superb wireless audio quality, but customers may also enjoy Hi-Res audio thanks to the accompanying connection.

A carrying case, charging cable, audio cable, and flight adaptor are included in the package, which has a battery life of 34 hours.

Vaishabh Jalmi
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