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Japan-based Audio-Technica on Tuesday launched new E-series in-ear headphones for the Indian market.
The new models -- ATH-E70, ATH-E50 and ATH-E40 -- will be available from December and are priced respectively at Rs 29,999, Rs 15,490 and Rs 7,999.
ATH-E70 is the flagship in-ear monitor model designed for sound professionals and packs three balanced armature drivers to provide accurate and extended response across the entire frequency range.
ATH-E50 features specially designed housing that provides maximum isolation, allowing you to focus on the music and equips single balanced armature driver.
ATH-E40 has a dual phase push-pull driver design, flexible memory cable loops over ears for a custom fit and long-wearing comfort, and includes a carrying case and silicone eartips.
E-Series headphones are compatible with A-T's popular M2 and M3 in-ear monitor wireless systems, offering a comprehensive in-ear monitoring solution from Audio-Technica, the company said.
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