Perhaps best known for dominating the DJ turntable industry for the last few decades with its SL-1200 range, Technics has now entered a few pairs of headphones into the fray. The sub-brand of Panasonic was discontinued in 2010 and then revived for its 50th anniversary in 2015. Part of the refresh strategy since then has been to offer up the EAH-F70N as a competitor to the likes of Sony’s WH-1000XM3 and Bose’s QC 35 II – a premium set of noise-cancelling, wireless cans – but can the resurrected Technics compete?


  • $429 in the US
  • £359 in the UK
  • AU$599 in Australia

Although the EAH-F70N are well and truly aimed at entering the market alongside Sony and Bose’s flagships, they’re doing so at a higher retail price these competitors (which, in the US, both retail for $349). 



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