The TW-E3C earbuds will combine True Sound with aptX Adaptive Hi-Res sound, a codec that enables them to stream at a far higher quality than ordinary Bluetooth while also maintaining a rock-solid connection even if there is interference. These acoustic characteristics are intended to enable the earphones to provide a genuine soundstage that is rich with distinct midrange and high frequencies, as well as bass notes with a substantial oomph, making them compatible with competing with some of the best wireless earbuds on the market.
The TW-E3C earbuds will also include a few useful extra features, including a low-latency gaming mode to reduce audio lag, multipoint connectivity to connect to two devices at once, making it easier to switch between them, and a pair of good quality mics that should be able to isolate your voice for calls even in relatively noisy environments. They should be able to withstand perspiration thanks to their IPX5 water-resistant grade.
The battery life of the Yamaha TW-E3C earbuds is nine hours, which is practically on par with the best of the series, but they can be used for up to 24 hours before you need to plug them in again because the charging case has additional 15 hours. They are available in six different colours grey, black, red, blue, beige, and green.
Price & Availability
The Yamaha TW-E3C is priced at $79.95. They are available on the official website and will be available for international shipping.