Trinity Audio Engineering based in the UK has launched a new range of high end sports in-ear headphones that feature a five stage filter tuning system and are coated with a nano finish to protect them from water damage.
The Trinity HELIO sports in-ear headphones have taken to Kickstarter to raise the £60,000 required to make the jump from concept into production and are now available to pledge for from £70.
The team of developers have designed two versions that take the form of a regular dynamic driver IEM and a hybrid that combines a dynamic driver + balanced armature. Watch the video below to learn more about the new sports headphones from their creators.
The Trinity HELIO features our neodymium 8mm dynamic drivers enclosed in our precision engineered aluminium ergonomic shell and fitted with our filter tuning system to provide the most detailed and accurate listening experience possible.
Each HELIO has splash-proof nano-coating technology protecting them. The hydrophobic layer ensures superior liquid repellency, by protecting the entire device in just one process – leaving no weak points to attract moisture and corrosion.
The HELIO comes complete with 5 different tuning filters to tune the sound to suit your needs.
Each HELIO comes with 3 detachable cables, 2 for sports use (1.2M & 0.6M) equipped with a multifunction remote and Mic (works on Android/iOS/Windows devices), the third cable features our exquisite multi-braid cable design.
Specifications include :
• 8mm neodymium dynamic drivers
• 5 x Interchangeable tuning filter system
• Impedance 16Ohm
• Sensitivity 108 +/- 3DB
• Frequency response 19 – 21000HZ
• 24ct Gold plated 3.5mm Jack
• 1.2M & 0.6M Cable with remote & Mic/1.2M Multi-braid cable (non remote/mic)
For more information on the new Trinity Audio Engineering headphones jump over to the Kickstarter website for details via the link below.
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