Aerospace nanotech titanium diaphrahm In-Ear Monitors.
Aerospace engineering material for driver diaphragms
the diaphragm is the heart of the sound production facility of earphones, determining the sound quality of the earphones to a great extent. To produce better sound, sound engineers have always been looking for a lighter yet stiffer material to transduce sound with less distortion.
We have discovered that titanium, a material more often found in aerospace engineering, is very light, with high sound conduction speed, yet several times stiffer than steel; we have been able to design a full-range dynamic driver around this material with breakup frequency above the audible range, thus ensuring clear, even high frequency reproduction.
Highly researched duralumin / stainless steel housing:
All components of the earphone housing are precision CNC milled, with the back made of anodized duralumin and the front stainless steel, the "beehive" of tuning ports of the front being precisely sized and positioned to deliver the desired sound tuning properties.
Nanotech titanium diaphragm driver
Delivering even power response across frequencies and a natural yet energetic sound, the titanium diaphragm can handle high power without distortion while preserving exemplary traniset response, unlike traditional dynamic driver diaphragms.
Kevlar-strengthened high-purity multi-strand OFC cable
The EX1 headphone cable consists of 42 strands of high-purity OFC copper intertwined with 250D kevlar fibre strands, ensuring superior sonics as well as great strain resistance and longevity. The outer sheathing is composed of medical-grade TPE for minimum microphonics and maximum biocompatibility (avoiding skin allergies)
Non-resonating metal body
Metal body is designed to suppress resonances to the maximum extent, preserving the superior transientresponse of the nanotech titanium diaphragms for liefelike reproduction of live sound.
Ergonomic offset nozzle design
With small rounded on-ear driver housings and shallow in-ear nozzles, ensuring long-term wearing comfort.