Audio manufacturer Phiaton will be showing off their new Moderna Earphones and Bridge Headphones at the CEA Line Show in NYC on June 27 and 28. What’s so special about a set of earbuds and headphones? Here’s what the press release has to say -
The Moderna earphones feature a lightweight, genuine carbon graphite fiber body that offers added durability and a modern aesthetic appeal. This new class of earphones features a multi-tune acoustic design with a dual-chamber and 5 tuning points engineered to optimize airflow. Its double-shelled body helps to contain sound and minimizes reverberation.
The Moderna earphones feature a “half in-ear” design that sits snugly outside the ear canal, providing for hours of comfortable listening. Additionally, its tangle-free oval shaped cable includes a built-in microphone for hands-free communication.
These headphones feature perforated leather with machined aluminum and a foldable structure for convenient transportation. Its tangle-free cloth wrapped cables also includes an in-line microphone, allowing users to make and receive phone calls without removing their headphones. In addition, its dual-chamber structure and multi-tune acoustic design aim to offer high-end performance and sound quality, combining the excellent bass response of closed ear headphones with the crystal clear high-frequency response of open-style earphones.
Now…for the big one…pricing and availability.
Moderna Earphones: $150 USD MSRP, and available in August 2012.
Bridge Headphones: Price is still to be determined, with a planned November release