To me in-ear headphones or earbuds are extremely important. Maybe I am different than most of you but when I’m working on the go on my laptop, listening to music on my iPhone, or playing a game on my tablet, in-ear headphones are my escape from the real world. Many people think all in-ear headphones are the same, but if you’ve had the chance to experience any higher-end models you know that is not true. I also have to say after experiencing very good in-ear headphones the ones that come with are portable devices don’t cut it. I’ve actually been using the same pair of in-ear headphones since 2011! Today I will be taking a look at Audiofly’s AF-78 Premium In-Ear Headphones. These are Audiofly’s most expensive in-ear headphones and should be great competition for my 4-year old go-to pair! Let’s get started!
Driver type: 9mm dynamic driver and balanced armature
Magnet type: Neodymium
Frequency range: 18-22 kHz
Sensitivity: 108dB at 1 kHz
Impedance: 16 Ohms
Cable length: 1.2m / 47″
Plug type: 3.5mm gold plated
The AF-78’s comes in a very nice retail package. The front of the package has a photo of the headphones and lists some of the main features.
The back of the package actually gives you an exploded view of the headphones letting you see what’s all inside.
The inner package opens up like a book to reveal even more information about the headphones, and you get a good look at the headphones and included carrying tin.
Getting everything out of the package you have the AF-78 headphones, 5 sets of silicon ear tips, a set of Comply foam ear tips (pre-installed), an airline adapter, audio splitter device, carrying tin, cleaning device, and a user’s guide.