Meizu planning to launch high-end earphones

Meizu Final-Audio-EP80

Rumour has it that Meizu are working alongside Japan’s Final Audio to produce a new pair of luxury earphones.

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Codenamed the Meizu EP80, the new earphones are believed to be based on Final Audio’s Heaven S with a flat cable design, and stainless steel speaker frame capable of handling lower frequencies with less distortion and SNR of up to 112db. Meizu started out life as an MP3 player manufacturer and hopes to rekindle some of that audio fame with the EP80 range, but they won’t e cheap with prices thought to be around $225 once launched.

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  1. Gaga
    May 2, 2014

    $225. lol

  2. desponent
    May 2, 2014

    This is nowhere nearly “high-end” for head/earphone.

  3. iANDROID8.1
    May 2, 2014

    well that look nice but MI Piston Earphones are way cheaper

  4. njren
    May 2, 2014

    Um, reading the original source (Chinese), the project has been cancelled for now.