Stylish retro headphones with wood accents
Lately we see the great love of the world gadgetsteria to natural materials. And in particular to a tree. Wooden insert here, insert there wooden designers love wood. They are especially fond of the tree when it comes to making acoustics or headphones. This is logical: the tree for this purpose is the best material.
So says the company from LSTN in West Hollywood (in California that suddenly in the US). The company has released a headphone Troubadour. First and foremost, these headphones will please fans of the vintage: the head is made in retro style (when looking at it, experiencing an acute sense of deja vu, because such wore in the eighties), teardrop-shaped Cup made of wood. By the way, there are three variations: beech, cherry, ebony. Looks quite expensive. A microphone will expand the scope of these headphones. His way pocket.
A bit of technical features. Frequency response: 18 Hz to 22 kHz. Sensitivity — 101 dB (+/- 3dB at 1 kHz at a power of 1 mW). Stated input power — 30 mW, with a maximum of 50 mW. The difference of balance of emitters is less than 3 dB (in the range of 50 Hz to 6 kHz and a power of 1 mW).
In selling Troubadour will appear in may, the estimated price of $ 150.