SoundMAGIC debuts Vento P55 headphones

SoundMAGIC debuts Vento P55 headphones

SoundMAGIC is not a very popular company but they won numerous awards with their E10S earphones so we can say there’s a new player on the earphone/headphone market. To further strengthen its image, the Chinese company has launched new headphones – the Vento P55.

The new headphones have been entirely created by SoundMAGIC staff and they use the highest grade copper winding material that is imported from Japan. The headphones feature a stainless steel headband and aluminum ear cups for extra durability but despite these sturdy materials the new SoundMAGIC Vento P55 are very light and easy to carry around. In addition to this should something bad happen the headphones come with a replaceable cable design so you can be up and enjoying them again in no time. The Vento P55 also have built-in buttons that allow users to skip tracks and change the volume while listening to music.

“Vento is an Italian word for the force of moving air. SoundMAGIC’s lead designer, Tony Xu, chose that name because it clearly expresses the idea of moving air and the control the P55 has over that force. The end result is a headphone that sounds great, is precise, accurate and exudes this control.”

The Vento P55 headphones are also compatible with all smartphones and weigh just 285 grams. The headphones offer 40 mm neodymium dynamic drivers, a frequency range of 15 Hz – 22 kHz, sensitivity of 110 ± 2dB, a stereo gold-plated 3.5 mm jack plug, a microphone frequency range of 20 Hz – 16 kHz, closed ear cups for excellent noise isolation, a Skype/VOIP adaptor and a hard carry case.

No word on pricing as of now.

Source: SoundMAGIC

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