The Audeze SINE On-Ear Headphones with Standard Audio Cable or Lightning Cable incorporates planar magnetic technology featuring neodymium 2.8 x 3.1" magnetic drivers for better dynamics and frequency response. It is lightweight, and folds flat for easy travelling and can be used with audio devices such as CD players, recorders, smartphones, tablets, and more.
Audeze's hand-tooled manufacturing process combined with advanced materials and technology produce extremely accurate and incredible sounding headphones. Built with premium leather for style and durability, the headphones are included with a 8.2' stereo cable and a 1/8" to 1/4" adapter.
*With Lightning Cable: A complete 24-bit high-resolution integrated AMP/DSP/DAC with Lightning connector is provided with a built-in microphone. It can be used for phone calls and it's SIRI compatible.
On-Ear Planar Magnetic Technology
- SINE headphones that have planar magnetic technology are the next step up in sound quality for many listeners. Instead of using ordinary dynamic drivers, the planar technology gives you a sound that's punchy, dynamic, and more detailed
Fluxor Magnetic Technology
- With Fluxor magnetic technology introduced in the EL-8, Audeze delivers nearly double the magnetic flux density of the highest-grade neodymium magnetic circuits available. This results in reduced weight with greater efficiency to work with mobile devices
Uniforce Diaphragm Technology
- The Uniforce diaphragm employs variable trace widths in the voice-coil to effectively capture variations in the magnetic field within the magnetic gaps by equalizing the forces of the individual traces, creating a uniform driving force across the entire diaphragm surface. This results in reduced distortion, higher resolution, and improved imaging
- Fazors are special acoustical elements positioned on either side of the magnetic structure. They enhance transparency by affecting the sound waves generated by large planar diaphragms. A few of the benefits include extended frequency response, improved high-frequency extension, and lowered distortion, with better imaging