Australia-based Audiofly this week demonstrated a new line of professional-quality in-ear headphones at the Consumer Electronics Show in Las Vegas, NV.
Geared towards music enthusiasts and musicians who like to hear the full dynamic range in their music, Audiofly’s various offerings aim to capture all of the subtle audio details present in all genres of music.
With a new line of in-ear headphone models, Audiofly utilizes passive noise reduction in combination with different sized dynamic drivers to create balance and depth.
With dynamic drivers (dual drivers in the AF78 model) ranging from 9mm to 13mm, and a frequency range from 18-20KHz, Audiofly is hoping listeners can find a pair to their liking.
Audiofly offers four different models, each with a microphone option to total eight product choices.
A quick demo of their entry-level A33 line proved clear and crisp. Even in the cacophony of CES, the headphones isolated noise well and performed admirably.
Audiofly expects to launch its line of headphones in Q1 of 2012.