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Part of its 60th anniversary celebrations, Audio-Technica presents its most high-end wireless headphone yet, the ATH-WB2022. The hi-fi headphone was crafted at the company's Naruse, Tokyo facility and features earcups made out of flame map[le. walnut, and mahogany woods that were provided by Japanese guitar maker Fujigen. And to ensure you're hearing your music in the best way possible, Audio-Technica implemented two ESS ES9038Q2M DACs in each channel, two Nisshinbo Micro Devices’ MUSES05 op-amps, and each channel even has its own individual rechargeable batteries. The headphones also feature a new 45mm driver with a DLC coated diaphragm and is capable of supporting many high-resolution codecs via wireless or USB connection. 

Available in early 2023. 


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