Earphone

Earphones that comes with Game Boy-like remote-control microphone will be released for ¥2,138 on December 19 by Datel Japan.

Transform XBA to Bluetooth
Sony
is going to release an interchangeable cable unit MUC-M1BT1 that makes Sony's XBA series wired, in-ear headphones Bluetooth compliant.

The MUC-M1BT1 cable supports in-ear headphones from the XBA-Z5, A3, A2, H3, H2 series. Just like changing the original cable to the accompanying cable, you can attach MUC-M1BT1 to the in-ear headphones.

JVC Kenwood is going to release new earphones model HA-FX19 in early October.

The accompanying cord holder is interesting. It has a suction disk so that you can attach it to the back of a smartphone or music player to allow you to carry it around easier and protect the cord from getting tangled in your bag.

HA-FX19 has a 9mm neodymium driver unit and 3 different sizes of silicon ear pieces come with it.
 

JVC Kenwood is going to release new waterproof canal-type sports earphone models, HA-ETR40 and HA-ETX30, in early September.

HA-ETR40 has a remote control for a smartphone (about 3,200 yen) while HA-ETX30 does not have a remote control (about 2,300 yen).

Ocharaku, Japanese specialized store for headphones, is going to release 2 models of new In-ear canal earphones.

These 2 models have a different length of phase correction tube built-in. According to Ocharaku, every person has a different length of the external auditory canal, and the sounds you hear become better when the length of the earphone tube and ear canal are as close as possible.

audio-technica is going to release 2 models of new earphones that have a newly developed mechanism DUAL PHASE PUSH-PULL DRIVERS for the first time in the world.

ATH-CKR9 (¥32,400) and ATH-CKR10 (¥43,200) will be released on April 25.