MAXELL RELEASES NEW HYBRID EARPHONES

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Maxell recently revealed their new range of “M” series earphones—MXH-DBA700 and MXH-DD600. Based on new acoustic theory and technology, these earphones offer more than just music to the ears.

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Maxell specially designed the earphones to be shaped like a horn, allowing the driver units to reach their maximum performance capabilities. Together with a high modulus aluminium case as its body to reduce acoustic vibration, users can now enjoy the finest details of sound.

With the dynamic driver strategically slanted at the back, a strong and rich mid/low frequency band can be produced. While the balanced armature is placed at the front position for the production of a high resolution high frequency band. The combination of these drivers results in an exceptional and uncompromising sound quality. Not only is the MXH-DBA700 practical with first-rate audio quality, the design is undoubtedly stylish with a distinctive “M” mark engraved on its body.

Driven by 2 Dynamic Drivers, MXH-DD600 produces a rich and high clarity sound. A 6mm driver is placed at front position for the mid/high frequency band while an 8mm driver is placed at the back position for the reproduction of a solid, powerful, and robust low frequency band. Together, these drivers spread a profound sound field.

MXH-CA200 comes with eight distinctive colors: red, pink, pearl pink, gold silver, green, blue and black—perfect for accessorizing with any outfit. It adds a touch of style with its special double cone-shaped design. With its lightweight aluminium body and excellent rigidity, it reduces unwanted resonance that occurs in the housing unit. Adopting a new design, MXH-CA200 is designed to curve along the line of the ears to give a comfortable wear. It has a driver of 9mm to deliver superb sound quality and a powerful low frequency.

The M series is an excellent after-market earphone for the Philippines’ growing number of smartphone users.

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