Yamaha launched its newest product in the audio realm, namely the Yamaha TW-E3C. This is TWS (True Wireless Stereo) which is claimed to be able to deliver sound quality that spoils the ears, but is sold at a price that can be considered quite competitive.
Features of the Yamaha TW-E3C
The Yamaha TW-E3C comes with the aptX Adaptive Hi-Res codec which allows users to stream songs with higher quality than TWS in general. In addition, this codec is also promised to provide a more stable connection, despite the many interferences around.
According to Yamaha, the TW-E3C offers a feature called True Sound, which is a combination of acoustic features designed to produce a realistic soundstage, clearer mid and high frequencies. as well as a more solid bass.
Apart from prioritizing sound quality, the TW-E3C is also equipped with a gaming mode with low latency to minimize audio lag. Suitable for users who often play mobile games. This TWS can also connect to two devices at once, and easily switch from one to another.
In terms of design, the TW-E3C is available in a variety of attractive colors, and carries a body with an IPX5 rating, which means it is water resistant. Users can still wear it when exercising, but it is not recommended for swimming. Regarding power, this TWS battery can last up to 24 hours (including the battery in the case).
Yamaha TW-E3C price
For those who are interested, the Yamaha TW-E3C is sold at ₹6,449.