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Audio Technica SPORT7TW Sport True Wireless Earphones $89 + Delivery ($0 C&C/ in-Store) @ JB Hi-Fi


Comes with the much admired latest micro usb port.

Ideal for active use (jogging, working out, etc.)

Internal battery provides 3.5 hours of continuous use on a full charge

Portable charging case allows you to charge the headphones 4 times (17.5 hours total)

Quick charge function gives you 45 minutes of playback from a 10-minute charge

Switchable hear-through function enables ambient noise to be heard through headphones for safer use outdoors

Lab tested and certified IPX5* waterproof rating allows headphones to be washed after use

Bluetooth wireless technology version 5.0

Mic and touch-sensor control built into the earpiece

5.8 mm drivers deliver powerful sound

Supports the Audio-Technica Connect app for convenient control of headphone settings

Includes standard eartips, Comply™ foam eartips (M) with SweatGuard™ technology, ear fins and USB charging cable

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  • Can the code be used?

  • I can wash these?

  • compare to sony xm4 or beat sports pro?

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      these are older model released around same time as Bose Soundsport free. The ones you mentioned are latest models. Audio Technica could be offloading these. Hence the massive discounted price.

    • +1

      Reviews on thesea are mixed. On the positive the actual sound quality is supposedly great. Downsides appear to be battery life (less than 3 hours, some saying less than 2) and the lack of low-latency AptX which results in significant audio lag if watching video. Would say the two models you've mentioned are significantly better than these.

      • +1

        Yes. But positive comments for comfort when exercising + runout-like pricing add up to a 'buy' for me. Not inclined to look for listening perfection in this sort of product. YMMV!

  • I used to own these, well technically still do. (I lost one about 14 months ago)

    I think the details advertised on the Key Features might incorrect, as I don't recall "Switchable hear-through function" or Bluetooth 5.0.

    They sounded great, battery life was average, it took a little while to get used to the in-ear grip as you would twist it according to your preference and change the resulting sound.

    The biggest problem was the signal integrity, I could have my phone in my jeans pocket and be wearing them and getting the occasional connection problem.

    • The official audio technica website says so. I think you discovered a new feature with your earphones


      • I'm trying to remember myself wearing them. It's possible it did have it, just not being as strong of a feature as sony has implemented.

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