At yesterday’s Meizu 16Xs conference, Meizu also brought a new pair of earbuds, the Meizu EP2C.
The Meizu EP2C adopt a new one-piece streamlined design with distinct ridge lines and a straight arc to the root of the earmuffs, freeing the rigid shape of the straight line. Moreover, the new curved design not only facilitates the space creation of the cavity and the guiding of the sound into the ear, but also is comfortable to wear and fits the auricle.
The outer cavity of the earbuds is made of PC+ABS material. The earphones are lustrous and sleek, wear-resistant and dirt-resistant. The in-ear part is instead made of high-elastic rubber, which is soft and comfortable.
We then find built-in 14mm double material synthetic diaphragm which is made using ultra-fine bio-fiber paper film, meanwhile the edge is made of TPU high compliant material. The moving coil unit is instead made of neodymium iron boron magnet, for a 32 ohm + 105db low resistance and high sensitivity design. Which means they can be used for pretty much any device, whether it’s PC, laptops, tablets or smartphone it doesn’t matter.
Finally, the Meizu EP2C come with a standard USB Type-C port which has now become the norm on phones, while the price will be of just 129 Yuan, that is around $18.