Underwood HiFi released HP-3 NOVA headphones with graphene membranes

Walter Liederman, the leader of the American Underwood HiFi, announced the release of the full-size HP-3 NOVA headphones, classified by him as a “budget reference”. The novelty, developed in collaboration with Kennerton Audio Equipment, is a continuation of the Kennerton Magni model, using the main design trends and ideology of this model.

In particular, HP-3 obtained hybrid 50-mm membranes from mylar coated with a layer of graphene, fixed by the thermal bonding method. Underwood HiFi said that as a result of serious development, the membrane was made both lighter and stiffer. For HP-3 NOVA with an impedance of 33 ohms, a frequency range of 15-50,000 Hz is declared with a sensitivity of 114 dB.

The earbuds received cups of lacquered chocolate curly maple with laser engraving. The lambskin ear cushions are combined with a classic secure headband. Includes a detachable 2m OFC copper cable fitted with a 6.3mm gold-plated TRS connector. Underwood HiFi has announced the HP-3 NOVA headphones will be priced at $600 for online buyers, including shipping anywhere the world.