JVC HA-FXT208SE also known as twin driver IEMs. It features the new Twin System Unit that promises better bass and a more defined sound signature. It adopts both Titanium and Carbon Diaphragms powered by 3 magnets to provide faster sound generation. There is an acoustic tube chamber that supposedly makes the sound production much more linear across the range. more “JVC HA-FXT208SE Review | High-Speed Twin Driver”
The JVC HA-SS01 code name, Signa 01 is their first hi-res Signa Headphones which categories under the S-class. With a newly developed 40mm driver, using a triple magnet structure assembly to reproduce punchy bass and also crystal clear mid. For the hi’s they are able to suppress unwanted vibration that cause bad sound reproduction by using anti-vibration ring and lightweight high strength diaphragm they call PEN (polymer resin film). The difference compared to Signa 02 or Ha-ss02, is it has 2 magnet structure and no anti-vibration ring (which 01 has). HI-resolution audio certified.
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An entry level over-ear commuter headphones that feature a lightweight and foldable design. The design of the headphones are really quite decent looking considering its price tag as they are worse looking ones. For over-ear headphones the earcups aren’t ridiculously large and great for kids or teens because the opening small for adults as prolong clamping pressure can cause discomfort especially the top tips of the ears. The cable itself is 1.2m long and non-detachable. It doesn’t have an in-line controller or a mic to answer calls.
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