If you like headphones with strong retro vibes, you’re probably well acquainted with Panasonic’s HTX series. The headphones in this series all look straight out of the 50s and 60s, boasting round earcups and bright linoleum colors that look sky blue, forest green, cream and mustard. Now, at CES 2018, the company is adding wireless noise-canceling headphones to the HTX line.
The Panasonic HTX90N headphones have 40mm drivers with neodymium magnets, which the company says helps deliver of rich
sound. They have a 24-hour battery life with noise-canceling turned on, which is actually really impressive. And they also have a built-in voice assistant function, in case you want to ask your phone something without taking out of your pocket or bag. Lastly, for listeners who really want to turn up the bass, there’s also a “bass enhancer” button on the side of the headphones.
The Panasonic HTX90N headphones will come in matte black, vanilla white and indigo navy.
As of the time of posting this article, we do not know when the exact price or release date of the Panasonic HTX90N headphones. We will update this article when we know more.
Magnet Type: Neodymium
Frequency Response: 8 Hz – 25 kHz (wired); 20 Hz – 20 kHz (Bluetooth)
Impedance: 35 ohms
Battery: 24 hours (with noise-canceling turned on)
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