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TDK Life on Record releases WR700 and EB900 headphones in U.S.

WR700 featuring Kleer lossless audio

| Mobile Devices, Tablets & Phones News | Posted: Apr 14, 2010 5:34 am

Imation owned 'TDK Life on Record' has just release a new pair of high-fidelity wireless headphones and wired earphones to the North American market.


The new TDK WR700 wireless headphones have been graced with Kleer lossless audio technology, delivering 16-bit 44KHz digital audio at CD quality to its 34mm drivers. The WR700 is powered by four AAA sized batteries which is said to give up to 40 hours of playtime before replacement/recharging. A bundled wireless transmitter is of course included which simply connects to a 3.5mm port.


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Here's a closer look at the specs which matter :-


• 34mm drivers


• sound pressure sensitivity of 108 dB/mW


• impedance of 32 Ohms


• frequency response of 20 ~ 20,000 Hz


• four AAA batteries enabling up to 40 hours of audio play


Shifting attention to the EB900 in-ear headphones, these use Comply foam tips to assist in blocking out the majority of ambient noise and they make use of 8.5mm micro-drivers. The cable is 1.2 meters long and is braided.


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A better look at the EB900's specs :-


• 8.5mm micro-drivers


• frequency response of 20 to 20,000 Hz


• sensitivity (at 1 KHz) of 101.5 dB


• gold-plated 3.5mm jack.


The WR700 and EB900 headphones come with MSRPs of $249.99 and $89.99 respectively.



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