Audeze has launched an in-ear model of its high-end planar magnetic headphones. The Audeze Euclid characteristic a closed-back design, precision-milled aluminium casings and “the best dynamic vary” of their class, apparently.
You may count on Audeze signature’s sound, with the corporate’s patented applied sciences – Uniforce voice coils and Fazor waveguides – serving to to squeeze the utmost efficiency out of the buds’ 18mm planar magnetic drivers.
Certainly, Audeze claims the Euclid are, “engineered for an unimaginable 105 dB/mW effectivity and a max SPL properly over 120dB”, which supposedly provides them “the best dynamic vary of any in-ear of their measurement class.” We stay up for testing this declare within the close to future.
Design-wise, every 7.5g bud boasts an aluminium physique with a carbon fibre insert and a slinky matt black end. And for the reason that California-based firm has amassed a long time of expertise, making merchandise for skilled musicians, we might count on a good stage of consolation from the equipped Spin-Match Silicone and Comply Foam ear ideas.
At the moment, the Euclid are designed for wired use and have gold plated MMCX connections (you get a 3.5mm tangle-free braided cable within the field). From March, the corporate hopes to supply Bluetooth and 4.4mm balanced cables for wi-fi music streaming.
If you happen to’re conversant in Audeze you may already understand it gives premium headphones with matching value tags, so it will not come as a serious shock to find the Euclid can be found now from Audeze dealers for £1249 / $1300 (AU$1700).
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