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Future Sonics outs new Atrio Special Edition professional grade earphones

Earphones good enough for stage musicians
By: Shane McGlaun | Audio, Sound & Speakers News | Posted: Oct 28, 2010 5:04 pm

Audiophiles won't be caught dead using the earphones that came with their MP4 payer or music phone. They are always out for a set of earphones or headphones that offer better sound quality and look cool while sounding good. Future Sonics sells a line of earphones that are certainly aimed at the audiophile and the companies latest are called the Atrio Special Edition.




The ASE earphones use a new MG7 transducer and have TrueTimbre audio quality to deliver rich, full sound to the listener. The earphones use multiple drive earphones have no crossover allowing them to be used on stage, in a studio, or plugged into your iPod. The earphones also have noise-isolating tips and come with several tip sizes for a custom fit. The drivers are also designed to deliver quality audio for a rich sound at lower volumes to protect the wearers hearing. Future Sonics earphones have been used by musicians like U2 and Phil Collins.


The ASE earphones have a frequency response of 18Hz - 20,000Hz and a sensitivity level of 112dB @ 30Hz. The ear tips can block up to 26dB of external sound to reduce the noise and allow the user to use lower volumes. The earphones are offered in a special edition brown color and come with a zippered case. The case is green with construction from rubber reclaimed from old inner tubes. The earphones sell for $229.



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