Wednesday, April 24, 2013

KEF launches first headphones

Seasoned British music company KEF has released its first ever array of headphones.

The organization has unveiled two headphones, the M500 over-ears, and the M200 in-ears. Based on KEF, equally designs have already been designed to supply exactly the same music quality noticed in its audio range.

Equally headphones have previously been called 2013 Red Dot Prize winners. The Red Dot Awards are among the world's prime item style prizes.

Based on KEF, it's leveraged more than 50 decades knowledge in developing speakers to  create the headphones.

The audio manufacturer states they've "the clearest and many precise music creation possible ".

The over-ear M500s make use of a complete range 40mm neodymium driver, with a top quality, super-light, copper-clad aluminum voice-coil. Based on KEF, it's been "painstakingly" tuned to supply a sound with a tight, clear bass.

"The aim was to supply audio quality replica from headphones," the company claimed in a statement.

The M500 functions a precision manufactured aluminum frame, with capable and sweat immune memory foam in the hearing pads and headband.

The frame also comes with a smart hinge. It revolves on two axis, as opposed to hinges. This means that they are more versatile to various mind styles and sizes. It also means they may be folded up much more compactly than many competitor products.

The M200 headphones use an adjustable arm to help keep the audio in the ear. In addition, the a firm aluminum driver property assists to get rid of unrequired vibrations and raise noise performance.

Additionally they have a special dual dynamic driver technology. Based on KEF, it is a two-way program with a 10mm driver for the bass and a 5.5mm dynamic neodymium driver for midrange and large frequencies.

Equally headphones are Apple-compatible and feature inline remotes that may control music being played.

The M500s have a recommended retail value of £250, whilst the M200s have an advised retail value of £150.

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