Meizu LIVE Four Unit Iron Headphone Released For 1599 Yuan ($234)


Today at the Meizu 16X conference, a couple of other products were released including smartphones and accessories. One such accessory is the Meizu LIVE four unit iron headphone which was released for 1599 Yuan ($234).

The Meizu LIVE four unit iron headphone released for Meizu’s 15th anniversary (limited edition) uses a passive frequency divider circuit. It is equipped with 2 dampers which makes it comparable to the standard version at 1KHz-8KHz. The sound volume has been significantly improved which enables the poorest of phones to achieve a better sound experience.

In addition, the Meizu LIVE four unit iron headphone uses a 5N high-purity OCC (single crystal copper) and silver-plated OFC (oxygen-free copper) mixed wire, which has an ultra-low impedance of <0.4 ohm, bringing a purer and less dyed sound. The more reliable 8-core braided structure effectively shields external interference.

More importantly, the Meizu LIVE four unit iron headphones is equipped with a dual-channel sound guiding system. It has a redesigned guiding structure such that the bass and high-pitched sounds emanate from independent pipes so that the sound reverberation is not distorted.  This headphone is already on sale for 1599 Yuan ($234).

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