Evaldi Noise Isolating Earphones by Molex

Evaldi EarphonesMolex Incorporated is one of the leading electronic connector companies today. Their next generation audio solutions, in particular, the Evaldi Noise Isolating earphones which were announced today, are their entry into the audio accessories market.Being the first audio product by Molex, the Evaldi Earphones will be distributed through a partnership with Digi-Key Corporation.

“Entering the audio market is a natural progression for Molex – blending advanced micro miniature interconnect technology and global manufacturing excellence with high-end acoustics to create superior audio performance and ‘3-Dimensional’ sound quality,” said Joe Falcone, product manager, Molex. “We look forward to offering our new line of Evaldi audio products to an audience that is eager to experience higher fidelity and a wider, more stable listening experience.”

The noise isolating earphones by Molex use patented airstream-control technologies, thanks to which sharper high tones and lower bass sounds can be produced without interference. The earphones also feature a canal design and an inclined stem with an elliptical shape, delivering more natural conform to the ear canal. High quality sound is achieved thanks to the manufactured with precision micro components equipped by the earphones.

The Evaldi noise isolating earphones by Molex have a 1,200mm Y-shaped headset cord with a 3.5mm standard jack, and also come with a stylish pouch and with both open and closed style ear pads for more customization. The 13.5mm driver unit equipped by the earphones can produce frequencies from 20Hz to 20kHz with a maximum power capacity of 50 mW.

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