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TEAC unveils in-ear balanced armature headphones

updated 01:05 am EST, Wed January 30, 2008

TEAC inCore Audio ZE-1000

TEAC recently unveiled the inCore Audio ZE-1000 headphones that use high-definition drivers to provide rich and lifelike sound. TEAC claims the headphones provide a full range of audio, and provide superior sound isolation due to a five-layer cushion around the driver. The speakers use a balanced armature, which reportedly gives natural dynamics to sound, and layers of textures and subtleties. TEAC did not mention pricing or availability for the inCore Audio ZE-1000 headphones.

TEAC advertises that the headphones four-driver setup contributes to overall quality of sound, while the five-layer pads protect against outside noise up to -30dB. In addition to being able to use the headphones on conventional audio equipment, TEAC includes an airline adapter plug so that users can use their ZE-1000 on an airplane.



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