Technics EAH-AZ60 review | TechRadar



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It’s a confident or foolish company that enters the mid-range true wireless fray. Happily, Technics is the former, and where the EAH-AZ60 are concerned, it has every right to be.

The plus column is a long one, and covers quite a few aspects. Fit, first and foremost, is good – the earbuds are a good shape, light and come with quite the widest selection of eartips we’ve seen so far. So getting them comfy, and having them stay that way, is simple. Ergonomics are great – the touch controls are sensitive and can be customized in the control app, which is extremely thorough. Or there’s (very responsive) voice control available, too.

And there are many positives to the way the Technics sound. They’re a punchy and assertive listen, with plenty of detail available and a nicely unified, coherent overall sound. Their noise cancellation is good, and doesn’t interfere where the sonic signature is concerned. It’s really only a lack of rhythmic conviction when compared to the best of their numerous rivals that costs them that final half-star.

the charging case for the technics eah-az60 true wireless earbuds

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