V-MODA Zn in-ear headphones does not come cheap

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When it comes to earphones and headphones, one of the names that we have seen frequently in the past would be V-MODA, where they have come up with their fair share of offerings that would certainly suit just about every budget and need. This time around, however, it looks as though V-MODA has outdone themselves with the V-MODA Zn in-ear headphones that are touted to offer unrivaled sound quality and unmatched durability in an elegant Italian design for the modern and mobile audiophile.

This will be no ordinary pair of headphones, but rather, it is a limited edition model that will be called the Zn (after the zinc element symbol), and best of all is, it has been tuned to exceed V-MODA’s relentless standards. Needless to say, the V-MODA Zn is packed with luxurious yet impossibly durable materials which have been designed to produce the best headphones in its class.

You can be sure that every single Zn component has been carefully selected and vigorously tested before it is sold on store shelves, and the core happens to comprise of the outstanding 8mm dynamic driver which will boost tonal accuracy with very low distortion. Not only that, the zinc alloy metal housing which has been casted by a patented process, will enable it to be shaped in a unique manner, accompanied by microscopic precision that delivers consistent acoustic quality.

There are also acoustic filters which have been installed between the driver and the housing, and that will control the airflow mechanics, which happen to be the gatekeepers of golden acoustics. Not only that, four ergonomic sizes of patented BLISS 3.0 (Bass Level Isolating Soft Silicone) buds will help to isolate the audio to enable tighter bass for the best fit, stability and sound.

The asking price of the all-new V-MODA Zn with 3-Button SpeakEasy Remote Mic will be $180 a pop, although there are plans to roll out the Zn with 1-Button SpeakEasy Remote Mic soon.

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joe Says: November 18, 2015 at 10:52 pm

$189 for good quality iems is very very reasonable, esp when there are a growing number in the 800-1200 range, as the technology becomes better and more audiophiles are willing to pay more for better sound.

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