Bluetooth headphones from Yamaha – Hi-Files

The latest headphones from the well-known Japanese manufacturer bring modern solutions and advanced technologies, along with an interesting and recognizable design. Behind the YH-L700A are closed-type headphones, equipped with attractive rectangular resonators. The sound is provided by units with a diameter of 40 millimeters and a frequency response from eight hertz to 40 kilohertz, while the connection is made via Bluetooth with support for aptX, or with a cable. In addition to external microphones, the Advanced ANC system uses internal microphones to reduce ambient noise, and the manufacturer especially emphasizes the Listening Optimizer, which monitors in real time the reflection of sound waves inside and sound leaks outside the headphones, to perform tone corrections with DSP system. In addition, the YH-L700A is equipped with a 3D Sound Field system, which uses Yamaha’s thirty years of experience in creating surround systems, to give the new headphones a multi-channel atmosphere. The headset supports Google and Siri voice commands, as well as detailed settings via the app, while the internal battery provides up to 34 hours of battery life. The new Yamaha YH-L700A headphones are delivered in a box made of hard material, at a recommended price of around 550 euros.


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