5 years into its manufacture of high-end headphones, Focal has now launched an enhanced model of its Clear circumaural open-back headphones geared extra in the direction of music creators. The Clear Mg Skilled sport related 40mm drivers with ‘M’-shaped inverted domes, however they’re made out of magnesium reasonably than an aluminium/magnesium alloy. The French audio model claims this new cone is lighter, extra inflexible and higher damped, delivering a sound that is “much more exact”.
That new cone is complemented by a 25mm diameter and 5.5mm excessive copper voice coil, whereas the brand new honeycomb grille contained in the earcups work to increase the upper frequencies and observe the cone’s ‘M’ profile extra carefully to cut back any distortion or different antagonistic results.
These conversant in Focal’s wonderful residence headphone line-up – that includes the Utopia, Stellia, Elear, Elegia, Radiance and newly announced Celestee – will recognise the Clear Mg Skilled’s aesthetic design, centred round 20mm reminiscence foam, perforated fabric-coated earpads, an identical microfibre and leather-based headband and a black-painted aluminium yoke. Bundled equipment embrace 6.35mm and three.5mm cables and a carrying case (pictured above).
The Focal Clear MG Skilled can be out there from this month, priced £1299 ($1490).
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