A collaboration between Jerry Harvey Audio and Astell&Kern, the Angie II is the third in the acclaimed Universal fit Siren Series of in-ear monitors. Indubitably, the JH Audio and Astell&Kern tieup has been an immaculate collaboration in the audio space.
The third model in the Siren Series, this IEM is named after the Rolling Stones song "Angie". Written and recorded in November and December 1972, Angie is an acoustic-guitar-driven ballad, which speaks of the end of a romance. Kieth Richards claimed in his autobiography that the name Angie was a pseudonym for heroin, and that this song was about his attempt to quit using it while detoxing in Switzerland.
These earphones have 8 c ustom-made proprietary balanced armature drivers in each earpiece. You can achieve variable bass output through adjustments from the cable. An additional balanced cable specifically for Astell&Kern players will allow you to experience the full potential of music and seamlessly integrate with your player.
The JH Audio Angie II is a masterpiece to behold.