Panasonic has announced the launch of its HJE700 in-ear-monitor headphones.
Featuring a unique elliptical design developed specifically to tailor to the shape of the human ear (seems sensible when you think about it), it helps to provide a 'real hi-fi sound quality' as well as increasing comfort for long listening sessions.
Compact enough to fit in the pocket for everyday use, they are noise cancellers to protect you from unwanted intrusions and benefit from Panny's noise polishing tech.
Acoustic Precision Control incorporates three tuning gates into the main speaker helping to control sound pressure by regulating high, mid and low frequencies for better sound quality.
Virtual Cavity Sound Improvement has also been introduced to minimise resonance and enhance sound quality around the 1kHz area.
The Engineering Rigid Design Speaker makes diaphragms light and rigid and has (we love this term) 'random pitch corrugate and octa ribs that create a sculptured surface' improving resonance, response and ruggedness.
A unique limb-mounted diaphragm enlarges the effective driver unit to 12.5mm making sound more dynamic.
Housed in aluminium, they come with three ear buds to fit all and go on sale this month for £70.