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Yamaha releases first line of in-ear headphones

EPH series in three flavours.

Published Fri, Apr 2 2010 3:10 AM CDT   |   Updated Mon, Oct 19 2020 8:13 PM CDT
Yamaha has just launched its first line of in-ear headphones which comprises three models' the EPH-20, EPH-30 and EPH-50.

As indicative by the naming, the EPH-50 is the flagship pseudo-audiophile variant with 13.6mm drivers, sturdier construction and includes a quarter-inch adapter for home stereos. These come in black or white.

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The EPH-30 is the more mainstream positioned model with 9mm drivers and a more conventional design, whilst the EPH-20 sits at the entry-level with slightly larger drivers (10.7mm), aimed at buyers who don't want to spend a premium whilst still getting satisfactory quality. These come in five colors of your choice.

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The new EPH series is designed to work fine with iPhones, iPods and all other devices with 3.5mm jacks. Pricing starts at $30 for the EPH-20s, whilst the EPH-30s and EPH-50s come in at $50 and $100 respectively.
NEWS SOURCE:yamaha.com

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