Enermax shows the EAE01 sports headphones

Enermax shows the EAE01 sports headphones

Enermax has made a few bold steps in the world of computer peripherals no matter how strange this may seem. The acclaimed power supply maker has unveiled the EAE01 sports headphones that should make the company famous in this market too.

The EAE01 sports headphones are the first such device Enermax has come up with. They feature an in-ear design and to capture attention Enermax has definitely put effort and fantasy in them. They come with the ergonomic Liana ear hook and Enermax’s signature DreamBass sound technology for improved sound quality. The headphones are equipped with 11.4 mm driver, which is bigger than those of its peer products, which delivers concert-quality sound and superb bass resonate. The special earphone structure of EAE01 is applied by Enermax ASB housing: the tip up front housing structure makes the earphones 100% match your ear to enable noise isolation and offer a clean audio experience; the calculated rear housing is designed to generate sound resonate to deliver wider frequency response for fuller listening enjoyment. The Liana ear hook is composed of memory silicone and this makes the hook more comfortable. In addition the L-shape plug of the EAE01 has passed more than 50 000 times of Enermax’s SPT to ensure durability and reliability. The headphones also feature a special 7-in-1 remote control with a built-in microphone where users can adjust the volume, play-pause, select songs and much more.

No word on pricing as of now.

Source: Enermax

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