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The JH Audio Lola is a one-of-a-kind hybrid IEM that's pushed the boundaries of what an IEM is capable of. Jerry Harvey has a few new tricks up his sleeve and with the Lola, he's created a patent pending D.O.M.E. technology that makes it possible for two 4.9 mm dynamic drivers to be enclosed together. The result? An insane 9.8mm midrange driver for a magically thick, fast and dynamic sounding IEM.
The Lola is a very interestingly designed piece of art. Besides the custom 3D printed enclosure for the dual dynamic drivers, the Lola packs a mean quad BA driver for the highs, and a dual BA driver for the lows. Essentially, you have a powerful hybrid that sounds as good as it looks.
Like all of JH Audio's fancy IEMs, the Lola also boasts of the Freqphase™ technology, proprietary 4-pin connectors and 10dB of user adjustable bass response.
One thing's for sure: the Lola, launched at CanJam earlier this year, is touted to be a game changer having overcome the challenge of space with its ridiculous driver architecture.