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Panasonic HF410B and NJ310B Bluetooth headphones showcased at CES 2019

09 January 2019 3

Panasonic has showcased two new Bluetooth headphones named HF410B and NJ310B at the ongoing CES 2019 event. The first one is on-ear headphones and in-ear headphones with support for Extra Bass System (XBS). Both have been released in different color options and features claimed to be good enough for a good audio experience.

Starting with the Panasonic HF410B headphones, it is an on-ear headphone with 30mm sound driver units with neodymium magnet. It is claimed to offer crisp and strong bass with clear vocals with the help of XBS. It is claimed to combine acoustic bass control optimizing air flow via a filter and an acoustic tuning circuit, enhancing low-range reproduction for a rich and deep bass sound with less distortion.

There is also support for voice-based assistants which means these headphones can be used for triggering Google Assistant and Siri. It is claimed to last for up to 24 hours during continuous playback on a single charge. These have been made available in Blue, Green, Red, and White color options.

The Panasonic RP-NJ310B is a pair of in-ear headphones with a 9mm driver. It is also packed with XBS features for a clear sound and better bass. These are said to offer up to six hours of continuous playback on a single charge but the good thing is support for fast charging. The users will be getting up to 70 minutes of playback within 15 minutes of charging. Like the above-mentioned variant, it also assistant integration

Pansonic did not mention any details regarding the pricing or availability of these Bluetooth headphones. We are expected to get information as and when they will go on sale. In other news, the company also unveiled the world's first 4K OLED TV with both Dolby Vision and HDR10+ technologies.



Panasonic HF410B and NJ310B Bluetooth headphones showcased at CES 2019
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