Audio Technica ATH-TWX7

Audio Technica ATH-TWX7

Audio Technica ATH-TWX7

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MUSIC: Good7.3/10
CALLS: Excellent9.1/10
GAMING: Very Good8.7/10
TV: Very Good8.2/10
PODCASTS & AUDIOBOOKS: Excellent9.1/10
EXERCISE: Good7.6/10
AIR TRAVEL: Very Good8.5/10
NOISE REDUCTION: Very Good8.3/10
BUILD QUALITY: Very Good8.5/10
BATTERY: Very Good8.0/10

The Audio Technica ATH-TWX7 earbuds are a midrange priced, closed-enclosure option designed for a variety of uses with a very good overall sound quality. They offer wireless connectivity with LDAC lossless codec and an AAC codec, alongside a low latency mode which is great for watching videos or gaming. They feature active noise cancelling, making them suitable for noisy environments and air travel. The earbuds are also sweatproof certified, which means they can be safely used during exercise. The build is durable and includes very good built-in controls. Comfort is rated well, and they come with an app that allows for equalizer and audio control customization, optimized for both Android and Apple devices. Their battery life lasts for around 6.5 hours, and they come with a case that provides an additional 20 hours of charge, though they do not support wireless charging. The moderate weight and size of the earbuds imply reasonable portability, and they're equipped with a very good mic, ideal for calls and meetings. However, they do not feature a detachable cable or virtual surround sound. Give Feedback

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  • Very good overall sound quality
  • Excellent call and meeting performance
  • Active noise cancelling included
  • Supports LDAC for high-quality audio
  • Dynamic driver delivers rich sound
  • No wired connection option
  • Not optimized for all devices
  • Long charging time of 2 hours
  • No virtual surround feature

Ratings by Category

This evaluates the product when used solely to make and receive calls. It takes into account how well the products are able to clearly reproduce the human voice, the quality of the integrated microphones and the battery life, when available, to be able to use them for longer sessions or conferences.
Podcasts & Audiobooks:
This score evaluates the product when used solely to listen to podcasts or audiobooks. It takes into account sound quality and sound signature, to be able to keep voices clear and intelligible. It also considers battery life, when available, and comfort.
This score evaluates the product when used to play videogames. It takes into account wireless latency - the perceived delay between the action on screen and the sounds playing in your ears. The score also considers soundstage quality, whether they have a virtual surround feature, and overall comfort. Finally, the gaming score takes into account microphone quality for in-game voice chat. It’s important to note that the device paired with the earbuds heavily influences their performance in regards to latency or delay.
Air Travel:
This score evaluates the product for use on airplanes and other similar kinds of travel. It takes into account noise reduction and portability, including case shape, case size, and weight. It also incorporates the battery life of the product, long-haul comfort, noise reduction (both active and passive), and sound quality. We generally consider wireless products to be more suitable for air travel.
TV & Video:
This score evaluates the earbuds or headphones when used to watch videos, movies and TV. In the case of wireless products, it takes into account latency - the perceived delay between the action on screen and the sounds playing in your ears. The score also considers soundstage quality, whether they have a virtual surround feature, and overall comfort. It’s important to note that the device paired with the earbuds heavily influences their performance in regards to latency or delay.
Battery Life:
The Battery Life rating is based on hours of typical, actual usage.
This evaluates the product when used solely to listen to music. It takes into account the sound quality, whether or not they support high quality codecs, their ability to reproduce soundstage, and whether or not it has any virtual surround capabilities.
This score evaluates the product when used for exercise and physical activity. It mainly takes into account comfort, whether or not the products are sweatproof and how secure are the earbuds or headphones while wearing them. We also consider products with wireless capabilities to be more suitable for this particular scenario
The Portability score is based on an overall assessment that includes volume and maximum dimension of the product (and case, if relevant), and its weight. Special features like foldability for headphones are also taken into account.

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Release Date
January 1, 2024
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Music Score
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Phone Calls Score
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Gaming Score
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TV and Video Score
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Exercise Score
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Battery life
6.5 Hours
Wireless charging
Charging time
2 Hours
Bluetooth version
Case Battery Life


Active Noise Cancelling
Noise Reduction Score
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Virtual Surround
Android App
iOS App
Mic Quality
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Build Quality
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Comfort score
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Weight of single earbud
4.7 Grams
Microphone style


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Billy Steele | January 2024
"There’s plenty to like about the ATH-TWX7. A robust set of features brings a lot of convenience to your day. But a few of those tools could still use some fine-tuning and the lack of automatic pausing in 2024 is a head scratcher. Still, the audio is mostly good, and transparency mode is better than most. Add in the solid call quality and the in-app voice test and the ATH-TWX7 are a worthy consideration, especially at this price. Too bad it falls short of being a more complete package some of the competition offers for a slightly larger investment."

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