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Panasonic India has announced the launch of 5 new headphones featuring noise cancellation technology and voice assistant capability. The new headphones have been launched under the Athleisure and the Retro series. These include the HTX90N, HTX20B, NJ310B, TCM130 and TCM55 headphones. The new range will be priced from Rs 899 to Rs 14,999 and will be exclusively available on Amazon.
The TCM55 are wired in-ear headphones that comes equipped with a 14.3mm driver unit. With a 10Hz-24kHz Frequency Response, the headphone comes priced at Rs 899.
The TCM130 are wired in-ear headphones with an 8.8 mm driver unit. Priced at Rs 1,399, the headphone comes with ear pieces in 3 sizes: Small, Medium and Large.
The two new sets of headphones under HTX Series are the HTX90N and the HTX20B. While the former is an over-the-ear headphone, the latter is an in-ear one.
Speaking about the launch, Suguru Takamatsu, Divisional Head, CSD, CE – Panasonic India, said, “With the rise-in high-definition content, consumers today, seek gears that not only provide an advanced audio experience but also complement their lifestyles. Panasonic’s new range of headphones are a perfect combination of contemporary design and unmatched sound technology, premeditated to appeal consumers’ evolving tastes. The latest range has been designed aesthetically to match your persona and extend comfort while delivering an immersive audio experience. We further aim to amplify our association with Amazon to reach a wider audience seamlessly.”

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