Panasonic has today announced their new range of earphones and headphones are available in Australia.

The new range includes two pairs of earphones, both with Noise Cancelling, while three pairs of headphones are also available with enhanced bass performance.  

The new earphones – RZ-S500W and RZ-S300W – are Totally Wireless Stereo (TWS) and use Bluetooth 5.0 for pairing and connection to your device, offering a stable, wireless connection to let you move. The RZ-S300W is priced at $249 AUD, while the RZ-S500W will set you back $349.


The major difference between the two appears to be the Active Noise Cancelling and 8mm drivers with the included battery case offering up to 26 hours of playback time for the RZ-S500W. The RZ-S300W gets clear audio, though utilises ‘High-performance MEMS microphone and Labyrinth structure’ to minimize noise. The RZ-S300W also has slightly smaller 6mm drivers, and the battery case includes up to 20 hours of playback time.

For those looking for a great workout earphone, both models are rated IPX4 for water resistance, so you can sweat your heart out.

Panasonic is offering the RZ-S300W in Black, White and Green colour options, while the RZ-S500W comes in black and white. 

In the headphone stakes, Panasonic has three models on offer – RB-M700B, RB-M500B, and RB-M300B. The RB-M300B will start the range off at $229.00, while the RB-M500B will cost $269, and finally the RB-M700B are priced at $349.

All three models include XBS (Extra Bass System) DEEP and dual 40 mm Neodymium driver units  with Panasonic saying they are ‘built for enjoying low frequency music with thumping bass vibrations that you can actually feel’.

The RB-M300B headphones can hold up to 50 hours of playback, while the RB-M600B gets up to 30 hours of playback on a full four hour charge, and the RB-M700B gets up to 20 hours of playback, though the RB-M700B also includes Active Noise Cancellation tech.

All three headphones are designed for extended wear, with Side Pressure Dispersion Technology that even distributes the pressure from the headphones around your ears.

You can check out the specs and features for all of these new models on the Panasonic Australia website