Audio-Technica and Panasonic showcases their new headphones at IFA

Audio-Technica and Panasonic showcases their new headphones at IFA
The Siliconreview
30 August, 2018

Germany’s IFA 2018 holds many surprises and one such great surprise for many fans is the new headphones designed by Audio-Technica and Panasonic. Bose seems to be worried because this apparently is posing a threat to Bose’s products. Bose is already known for its noise cancellation technology with amazing products available in the market. A product like QuietComfort 35 is very popular in the market. 

But now the two duos, Panasonic and Audio-Technica are very much interested in breaking Bose’s market by designing its new audio products which are said to be announced at IFA 2018. This new device is said to run for 70 hours straight without any charge required and a single charge is enough.  Furthermore, the headphones are said to be of an over-ear style and are dubbed with ATH-SR30BT, noice0reduction control, meaning audiophiles that are said to block any distracting sounds. Eventually, in the end, only music can be focused.  40-millimeter drivers sit inside the device and are said to be one of the key features to give accurate fidelity. The price tag will hold a £179 mark and is going to be available in different shades.

But, there is no precise release date as of now, we might get some news on the release date at IFA, let’s see what the two company plans out.