Yamaha EPH-M200: in-ear headphones with premium of beta-titanium

Yamaha EPH-M200: in-ear headphones with premium of beta-titanium

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    54D7388EE3164EC0950398D11E8A1932_12074_300x225 Yamaha has added to its range a couple earbuds premium. Model EPH-M200 uses a special alloy durable, high-quality components and focuses on demanding music lovers.

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    Price new was $ 150. Also, the manufacturer introduced a more affordable version, model EPH-M100.

    EPH-M200 is the successor model of EPH-100, which was introduced in 2012. The novelty for the first time for this type of device uses a fusion of beta-titanium for sound tubes, which are made with precision laser and allows the handset to bend the shape of the ear canal.

    According to the manufacturer, the stiffness of the tube reduces resonance in the ears, and its shape is maintained even in the ears, which avoids deterioration in sound quality, which can occur in conventional headphones because of changes in the shape of ear inserts.

    The headphones include a 15-mm speakers with support for playback of frequencies from 20 Hz to 20 kHz. “Lite” version of the EPH-M100 is similar in design to the older sister, and uses the same large speakers. But in this case are set lower level components (e.g., instead of a beta-titanium is a mixture of polycarbonate and ABS-plastic). Accordingly, the price of this model is reduced to $ 100.

    Both models are equipped with a wire 1.2 m long with a microphone and a remote control that is compatible with devices iPhone, iPod and iPad, which allows you to select tracks and adjust the volume.

    Model EPH-M100 is available in black, white and blue colors, and the EPH-M200 – in black, white and red. The impedance of both new products is 28 ohms, the sound pressure level reaches 106 dB.

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