TDK WR700 uses Kleer technology to give the listener loss*less audio quality without the clutter of wires. Despite their simplistic design, the headphones look like a product to be taken seriously. The construction is mostly plastic but the dull grey matte finish gives them that slightly industrial look. The plastic used is of fairly decent quality and there are no noticeable chinks even with the folding mecha*nism. While the headphone itself feels light and comfortable (despite housing two AAA bat-' teries), the transmitter is bulkier than we would've liked.
As for performance they pro*vide good isolation, and apart scored 2.26 whereas 3D Mark 06 GPU score was around 1129 marks. HD videos play without a hitch, and to play an HD video while the other screen to surf the web or even play another HD video. Sound is loud enough for casual listening. At 69,999 this dual screen laptop is meant as a consump*tion device and targetted at lifestyle audience. It's definitely not meant for productivity. But we would have surely liked an optical drive and an SD card slot. from being wire*less, they're com*petent in their right as decent headphones. A little bass heavy, they handled all fre*quency ranges surprisingly well - right from the deep 30 Hz to the ear-splitting 15,000 Hz samples. Chris Rea's smooth voice comes nicely layered, retaining it's husky timbre over the bass riff in Call On Me. The bass kick and reverb on the heavy drum at the beginning of Brutal Hearts was lovely too.
While instrument separation is very good for a compact port*able, soundstaging is perhaps one of the only areas in which this set of headphones falls short. Music appears to be playing from a source very close to you; some where above. Still, overall this is one of the better sounding head*phones we've laid our hands on, and probably the best wireless pair till date. As for range and bat*tery life it gave what is promised - about 30 feet and 30-plus hours. There are no pops or crackle in sound quality while pushing the range envelope. They just stop streaming after a point. At 6,900, they're a little expensive, but if you're looking for a wireless solution without compromlsmg on sound quality, it makes for a decent purchase.