Audio-Technica’s classy 60th anniversary festivities are going on apace, with the Japanese brandtaking the wraps off what they guarantee to be world’s most memorable wooden remote earphones that likewise brag a world-first greetings fi highlight.
The organization restored their famous convenient Sound Burger turntable and furthermore disclosed a very good quality straightforward arrangement of decks last week as a component of their birthday merriments, however these momentous new ATH-WB2022 jars likely could be the most fascinating of the three unveilings.
The restricted release earphones have adjusted sound system worked in, a component darling by audiophiles that up to this point had just been accessible on very good quality wired jars which would likewise should be utilized related to a correspondingly adjusted earphone.
Having adjusted sound system implies the jars have a thoroughly discrete sign way for each earcup which brings about restricted impedance and no crosstalk.
The ATH-WB2022’s draw this off by having two ESS DAC ES9038Q2M computerized to-simple converters worked in, with one committed to the left channel, and one for the right.
The earphones likewise support Sony’s LDAC high-goal codec, in addition to AAC and SBC similarity, while locally available Multipoint support permits you to associate the ATH-WB2022’s to different gadgets over Bluetooth and consistently switch between them.
The striking wooden earcups in the mean time aren’t simply a stylish one, with the strong fire maple, pecan, and mahogany material utilized for the lodgings all joining to retain acoustic vibrations and thusly limit bending.
Obviously this list of capabilities comes at something of a premium, with the ATH-WB2022 accompanying a strong $2,700/£2,599 (about AU$4,200) sticker price when they send off the following year.
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About this item
- Frequency Response – 15 – 24,000 Hz and Impedance – 28 ohms
- cable length: 120
- connector type: Phone 6.3 mm
- connectivity technology: Wired
- included components: Headphones – wired