For maximum performance from anything these days it’s got to be made from carbon fibre whether its a supercar or a pair of studio grade headphones! These are Phiaton’s latest model weighing just 6.5oz.
To keep the weight down Phiaton have constructed the MS-400 from carbon graphite fibre encased in a double-shell high polymer enclosure. They also claim to have worked on the airflow, optimizing it to deliver “concert hall sound quality”.
Other specs include:
- Weight: 6.5oz
- Drivers: 40mm electrodynamic
- Sensitivity: 98dB
- Impedance: 32 Ohm
- Input power: 1000 mW
The press release, issued today says:
“…The carbon fiber housing helps deliver crystal clear sound and eliminates any sound leakage. To ensure better resonance values, deep rich bass, a full-bodied midrange, and sparkling high notes, the carbon is encased in a high polymer enclosure with a double-shell structure
The MS 400 features flexible joints that fold in two steps making it perfect for travelers. It comes with a compact and stylish carrying case and a 6.3mm stereo gold-plated plug adapter…”
For all this you’ll have to shell out $249 (≈ $249) so they’re not cheap!