Toshiba has announced its upcoming TZ line of headphones, the TZ1H, TZ2H, and Tz3H.
All three are expected to release on April 15.
As with all Toshiba products, the new TZ headphones have been redesigned to better suit their use.
They’re lighter, have a much smaller profile, and have a better earcup design.
All of this is achieved with a unique 3D printed ear capsule that fits snugly around the headband.
The headphones will be available for purchase in Japan for 7,800 yen (US$87) for the T1H model and 12,800 (US $139) for both the T2H and the T3H models.
The TZ models are available in two sizes, the 32mm and 64mm.
Both models will retail for 2,700 yen (USD) and 3,800 Yen (HK$399), respectively.
In terms of price, the models are priced at $499 for the 32 and $769 for the 64mm, which are about the same as the regular TZ model.
Both the 32/64mm and 32/48mm models will be sold separately.
The new T1 headphones are designed to accommodate a range of ear sizes and provide superior comfort.
The first TZ headphone will be compatible with the upcoming Dolby Atmos 3D sound system.
As such, the headphones will support Dolby Pro Logic II audio codecs.
The Dolby TrueHD and Dolby Digital Plus soundtracks will be supported for those who prefer to listen to movies in the standard Dolby format.
All three TZ versions will be released with a 3-year warranty, but Toshiba says there will be no additional support for 3D audio.
Toshiba’s headphones will also support Dolhams TrueAudio technology for audio-enhanced sound.
The company says the T5H headphones will feature a 5.2mm driver and will also feature a high-quality microphone.
The headphones will not have a built-in microphone.
Tosas headphone range will be expanded to include the new models in 2020.
Toshiba will also introduce a new 3-in-1 sound system in 2020 that it says will allow users to experience a variety of different sound sources.
The Toshiba Sound system will feature three separate sound sources: a front-facing speaker, a headphone amplifier, and an external microphone.
The front-faced speaker, known as the T7, will support 4K Ultra HD (3840 x 2160) and 2D surround sound and be equipped with a 4.0-inch OLED touchscreen.
The headphone amplifier is capable of producing 5W of power and can be connected to any 3.5mm jack.
The headphone amplifier will feature dual headphone outputs, one for the left and one for right.
The 3.1-inch touchscreen will provide a total of nine buttons and will be capable of scrolling through music tracks.
The 3.0 inch touchscreen will also be capable and will support two external microphone inputs and two speaker outputs.
The sound system will also include a dedicated 3D microphone input that can be used for audio playback and a USB-C port.