Audio-Technica ATH-TWX7 Debuts As Premium Hi-Res Wireless Earbuds

Audio-Technica ATH-TWX7

We’ve seen a good number of exciting releases at CES 2024, from phones to laptops to displays. There’s also a good number of great product launches in the audio department. Take the Audio-Technica ATH-TWX7 wireless earbuds, for example. It’s the latest high-end offering from the brand.

The wireless earbuds will go on sale on January 9, starting at $199. With this debut, the Audio-Technica ATH-TWX7 will be filling the gap that’s left between the ATH-TWX9 and the affordable earbuds of the brand. But the new earbuds are similar to the ultra-premium TWX9 in a couple of factors.

Main Highlights of Audio-Technica ATH-TWX7

There are a good number of factors that might make you want to get the Audio-Technica ATH-TWX7 wireless earbuds. Here’s a brief rundown of the main standouts of the noise-cancelling buds:

Comfort-forward Design

Like the ATH-TWX9, the Audio-Technica ATH-TWX7 earbuds have good ergonomics. They have a stem-based design with a compact overall form factor. That, paired with the option to choose between soft and standard ear tips, makes the Bluetooth earbuds deliver a comfortable listening experience.

Audio-Technica ATH-TWX7 ear tips

What’s more important is that the ATH-TWX7 Bluetooth earbuds can also deliver a secure fit. This design aspect will enable you to do a lot of outdoor activities with the earbuds without needing to worry about them falling off.


Premium Driver Setup and ANC Performance of Audio-Technica ATH-TWX7

Under the hood, the Audio-Technica ATH-TWX7 earbuds come with 5.8 mm high-resolution drivers. These are the same driers found in the flagship ATH-TWX9, making the new buds capable of offering detailed audio playback. Audiophiles also get the ability to enjoy their Hi-Res audio library as it is meant to be enjoyed.

That is, the Audio-Technica ATH-TWX7 Bluetooth earbuds support 24-bit/96 KHz audio playback. The audio performance gets further refined with advanced active noise cancelation (ANC) tech. It enables you to fully tune out of the world when you want to dive deep into the music.

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As Audio-Technica says, the ATH-TWX7 is powered by digital hybrid noise-cancellation technology. This tech equips each bud with small MEMS microphones that can eliminate unwanted sounds.

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Audio-Technica ATH-TWX7 ANC performance

When you don’t want to tune out of the world, you can rely on the hear-through feature of the Audio-Technica ATH-TWX7. It increases environmental awareness by letting important sounds come through. This mode will be pretty helpful when you do outdoor activities by keeping the buds on.

Another interesting feature of the ATH-TWX7 is that it comes with a Soundscape mode. Audio-Technica has designed it to deliver stress relief. The buds aim to offer that by generating tranquil nature sounds. You can also customize this feature and play ambient music of your choosing to focus on what you’re doing.

Calling Performance, Battery Life, and Connectivity

The Audio-Technica ATH-TWX7 Bluetooth earbuds come with beamforming microphones. These are capable of clearly capturing your voice, even when you’re in a noisy environment. There are two call modes available, which you can choose from depending on which environment you’re in.

Clear calls with ATH-TWX7

As for the battery life, the ATH-TWX7 wireless earbuds can offer up to 6.5 hours of playback with the ANC turned on. With the charging case, the battery rating jumps to a total of 20 hours with the ANC on.

Earbuds case

In terms of connectivity, the Audio-Technica ATH-TWX7 utilizes Bluetooth 5.1. It would’ve been great to see Bluetooth 5.3 in these buds. But the good part is that the buds have LDAC support, and they feature a low latency mode.

Other highlights of the ATH-TWX7 Bluetooth earbuds include an IPX4 rating, fast charging, Bluetooth multipoint, and intuitive touch controls. You can also use the Connect app to make advanced customizations.

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