Yamaha’s new True Sound wireless earbuds are out and about

Ring-a-ding music lovers

What is the first thing that pops into your mind when ‘Yamaha’ comes into question? A hand assembled off-road bike? (Melophiles would probably know where this is going)

For the unversed, Yamaha Corporation has been making musical instruments and equipment for over 130 years, and has been chosen by celebrated musicians like Yanni, Graham Lear, James Blunt, even Elton John played Yamaha Grand pianos. (wondering why we are raving about it?) Well, it’s in context to the latest TWS earbuds launched by Yamaha – The TW-E7B and TW-ES5A.

The E7B, just like its predecessor, is equipped with the company's True Sound and Listening Care technologies, with added active noise cancellation (ANC) for an immersive experience and listening optimizer that, as per the company, corrects sound in real-time while reacting to surroundings. It also boasts Qualcomm cVc (Clear Voice Capture) and a battery life of up to 22 hours. 

The ES5A, on the other hand, comes with IPX7 water- and sweat-resistance and sporty silicone fins for a secure fit. Just like Yamaha TW-E7B, they too are equipped with the Listening Care technology, and Qualcomm cVc (Clear Voice Capture). Little ahead on battery life, the company promises they won’t die for up to 34 hours. 

Price-wise, you will have to shell out ₹24,200 for the E7B and ₹15,700 for ES5A.