It’s a headphone that took a long time to design and tune. Our brand has gone on an adventurous tonal test from making upgraded cables and headphones of various models and styles, testing a variety of IEM headphones from various brands. to understand the tone and good sound in each style
The concept of making our brand’s first IEM headphones was must be precise But what do we do when the tones of a Balanced Armature style headphone deliver dynamics that a Dynamic Driver can’t, and a Dynamic Driver can’t deliver the micro detail and precision that Balanced Armature can deliver? We began to think backwards from the two drive principles. The diaphragm and chamber material, which goes down to both the chamber in the drive itself and the reflected chamber where the drive is installed, until a way to simulate the dynamics of the Balanced Armature has more dimensions and realism. Made up of tuning Air Circulation and Acoustic Chamber, abbreviated as BAACC (Balance Armature Air Circulating Chamber).
In addition to the dynamic issues mentioned above, Balanced Armature also complicates the cutoff frequency of each driver responsible for each band. We tested a variety of crossovers and internal components that affect cutoff and frequency response. Until it came out as a DynFreq Crossover System that gives a smoother sound in each of the different frequency cutoffs of each driver.
The Neutron 4 is a natural-toned, vocal-dominant, mid-range, mid-width headphone. and does well in terms of depth dimensions The bass is deep and has a size and mass to a level that is enjoyable to listen to. The overall character is a studio reference, accurate, yet fun to listen to at the same time.
3D Printed Resin body designed to be comfortable and lightweight. Easy to work, easy to take care of. Comes with premium quality eartips that use Medical Grade Silicone for a comfortable and secure fit.
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