Feenix is working on a headphones product for release in 2014, the Aria. These audiophile-class headphones feature neodymium drivers and an all-wood acoustic chamber for top notch, hearty sound of a neutral profile.
The ear cups are memory foam and each has a separate input, removing the complexity of wiring across the head band.
A USB dongle provides a digital connection. Feenix prefers to let the sound card and the user determine the equalizer settings and provide an experience that favors that configuration over a setup that kicks bass too hard or one that allows too much high treble.
Pricing and availability were not available, as the product is in the late design phase and may change before final release. Each of the units produced will be hand-tested.
Our initial listen test was very favorable across several genres of music and we’re looking forward to the Aria entering the market. Keep watching here on ThinkComputers or check out the product page for more information as it becomes available.
Colin Dean has been a writer for ThinkComputers since 2006.
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