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Shanling MTW300: IPX7 certified TWS earbuds with carbon drivers

Shanling, one of the leading manufacturers of portable audio equipment, has begun shipping a new model of fully wireless MTW300 headphones .

These in-ear headphones come with a set of silicone ear pads and a zinc alloy flat charging case. Housing Shanling MTW300 are protected under the certificate IPX7 , which means that they can even be immersed in water.

Shanling MTW300

Responsible for wireless communication is the Qualcomm QCC3040 Bluetooth 5.2 chip , which supports the aptX codec and the cVc 8.0 noise reduction system , and also allows you to send separate signals of the left and right channels to each of the headphones using TWS + technology . The headphone functions are controlled using a touch area on the outside of the case.

The acoustic part is built on a single dynamic driver with a 6-mm membrane made of “carbon nanotubes”, which is most likely a kind of graphene coating. The battery life on a single charge is 10 hours , and together with the charging case – as much as 35 hours .

Shanling MTW300

Shanling MTW300 fully wireless earbuds are sold in the global market for $ 130 .

Source – Shanling


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