The Polish company Spiral Ear has opened a pre-order for the new SE6 Edge in-ear reinforcing headphones featuring an unusual six-band configuration.
Headphone housings are made of silicone in the shape of the customer’s auricle; the detachable cable has a two-pole connector. Unlike many other manufacturers, the Spiral Ear developers use one armature driver to sound each of the six sections of the frequency range.
The use of a six-band design is designed to maximize the potential of armature drivers, which are known to perform best in a narrow frequency band. However, this required the use of six independent waveguides in the Hexa-Bore structure, which converge together at the exit nozzle. The efforts made, according to the makers of the headphones, resulted in improved dynamics and detail, as well as better bass response.
When placing a preliminary order, in-ear monitors Spiral SE6 Edge can be purchased for 13,500 zlotys (about 3500$), when it goes on public sale, the model will rise in price to 14,750 zlotys (about 3900$).