ZoneCase has launched a new pair of premium heavy base earphones this week via the Kickstarter crowdfunding website, designed to offer crystal-clear premium sound together with heavy base and noise reduction technologies. Equipped with a 3 button remote control and in-line microphone users can easily play, pause or skip their music, adjust the volume or take a call while the earphones are being worn.
The ZC-10 heavy base earphone are now available to back via Kickstarter with super early bird pledges starting from $59 or £42. If all goes well worldwide backers can expect to receive their ZC-10 heavy base earphone during May 2018. Watch the demonstration video below to learn more about the design of the ZoneCase ZC-10 Earphones.
Features of the ZC-10 earphones include 10mm dynamic drivers, different modes depending on your listening requirements, gaming, movies, music or surround, the inclusion of three pair of eartips small, medium and large to ensure a perfect custom fit, as well as a rugged metal housing. To make sure your earphones stand the test of time and are not easily broken while being worn or stored in your bag or coat pocket. The earphones also come with a travel pouch, strong 3.5mm cable and Sound Pressure Guide Tube Technology, a brand new way to replicate sound, says the developers of the ZC-10.
Using this sound conduction technology we are able to enormously strengthen the sound frequency. This is done through precise calculation and experiment incorporating air vibration and sound propagation theory. These new sound techniques allows us to expand the bass while making sure the mids and highs are crystal clear. The resulting experience is a balanced high resolution audio output with an emphasis on a great sounding bass line. With our emphasis on clearly defined sounds we are able to connect your hearing with the original author of the sound intentions.
For more information and full specifications jump over to the official Kickstarter crowdfunding campaign page by following the link below.
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