Altec Lansing Muzx Ultra in-ear headphones


The name Altec Lansing has always been associated with quality audio systems and speakers, and their latest effort in the form of the Muzx Ultra in-ear headphones does not look to disappoint (on paper, at least). This premium pair of headphones, going by the model number MZX606, was specially engineered to feel great, look great and most importantly, sound great. Capable of realizing the full potential of balanced armature technology in order to impart astonishing audio clarity, audio quality has been touted to be balanced and rich, just the way the original recording was meant to sound. Of course, the advent of digital music means a lot of that also depends on the quality of your digital file, making lossless compression file formats the way to go (at the expense of storage space, of course).

Regardless of whether you’re listening to an iPod, iPhone, iPad, MP3 player or computer, virtually all genres of music will come to life, enveloping you in an immersive soundstage. The frequency response is a broad 20Hz to 20kHz, accompanied by crisp bass that never overwhelms. It is meant to be used every single day without reservation, boasting an impressive 26 dB isolation to help shield your ears from extraneous background noise including traffic, engine noise and crowds. Its in-line remote will provide additional control of an iPhone or iPod, while the in-line microphone makes it a snap to attend to phone calls in a jiffy.

Each pair of Muzx Ultra earphones will include single balanced armature technology which creates more sound from less power, alongside an extensive range of audible frequencies. You get a 46″ cable which has a precision-engineered strain relief component at the driver and another separate strain relief component at the gold plated 3.5mm jack. All purchases will be accompanied by an eight-piece fitting kit and a carrying case. Expect to see the Altec Lansing Muzx Ultra Earphones (MZX606) hit the market next month for $99.95.

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