Audiophile Quality SoundThanks to the new patented 'M' shaped full range speaker driver, the Focal Elear headphones are dedicated to low noise environments. The sound is undoubtedly high fidelity all thanks to its full range loudspeakers. These headphones have an impedance of 80 Ohms and react rather well to external headphone amplifiers.
Real Speaker Drivers
The Elear's drivers are made from a patent pending M shaped dome and the Focal engineers have used a combination of aluminium and magnesium to achieve a unique full spectrum sound.High-End Premium Finish & Feel
High quality materials and aluminium yoke have been employed in the intricate make of the fancy Elear. The aluminium yoke between the headband and the earcups manage to fit all kinds of heads comfortably.
Soft touch Alcantara ear cushions with 20mm thickness has been made with memory foam and Microfiber fabrics that embody a rotating ear cup that is adjustable for your optimal use.
Balanced Cables with Channel Separation
The Focal Elear allows for fast and easy custom-made solutions (bi-amp) with their balanced cable. Because of two cables with 3.5mm plugs for a stereo sound.Proudly Made in France
Durable Low Impedance (<90mΩ) 13.1ft OFC Shielded Cable
Astoundingly long, the 13ft cable lets you easily move without any constraint. The OFC contains optical fiber elements that carry audio with much precision giving your high quality audio. The cable is extremely durable and comes with a very low impedance which will let you drive any device that supports a 6.35mm stereo jack.
6.35mm Stereo Jack
Unlike most conventional headphones that feature a 3.5mm connector, the Elear features a 6.3mm connector. You will not be able to use this pair with any device unless it supports a 6.5mm jack. It comes across evidently, that these earphones have not been made with intention of being used on the roads, but at home or at the studio.
Rigid Carrying Case
A rigid carry case comes included in the back enabling for easy portability. You can also stow away your pair safely when not in use.
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