Posted by: leeway | December 11th, 2013
If you're like me you love your iPod, iPhone or other electronic device - but the earbuds they provide with those products are uncomfortable and leave a lot to be desired audio-wise. Om-Audio's new INEARPEACE dual-driver headphones solves those issues. Regular speakers almost always have at least a two drivers (woofer and tweeter) but most earphones only have one. As a result their frequency response often suffers. INEARPEACE has a dual driver design that does a great job of providing balanced audio playback. There's plenty of bass, but not too much like with many earphones. The mids & highs are are crisp and clear. These also respond really well to EQ adjustments. When listening to HQ .wav files of one of my favorite albums through my iPhone - I found "Flat" was my favorite EQ position. That should hint there that the audio on these are dialed in, no frequency boosts needed. These have become my preferred earphones when I want to hear every detail of a special recording.
Here's a few key features:
- Founded by former employees at Dolby and Gracenote
- Features dual driver technology, including at 10mm coiled bass driver and balanced armature driver (i.e. smooth lows and clear highs)
- Features a special pressure-relief system for long-term listening
- Tangle-free cable
The sturdy flat cables contain a inline mic/controller that works with Apple devices. Om-Audio also includes a nice pocket-sized hard shell carrying case stocked with extra tips (3 sizes) and a cord clip.
Some of our musician friends like, moe. and ALO have also given INEARPEACE their stamp of approval. Check out this video of Dan Lebowitz of ALO for INEARPEACE.
Visit Om-Audio.com to learn more.
- by Simon Eddy