Yamaha just introduced their new EPH-M200 earphones, which incorporate the world’s first sound tubes made from beta-titanium – a very flexible material that allows the EPH-M200 to conform perfectly to a user’s ears.
Beta-titanium is a strong and lightweight alloy that is typically found in high-performance goods such as, eyewear and surgical implements. The EPH-M200 uses large-caliber dynamic drivers within spacious, acoustically ported housings that provide clear, full-range audio reproduction.
At a lower price, Yamaha has also introduced the EPH-M100, which uses the same housing design and large-caliber driver size as the EPH-M200. The EPH-M100 comes with special ear tips made from two types of silicone, with a serrated design on the inside that helps the tip retain its shape when inserted into the ear canal.
Both the EPH-M200 and EPH-M100 models come with in-line remotes and mics compatible with Apple iPods, iPhones and iPads. The EPH-M200 also has a premium cord that reduces tangling and friction noise.
The newly-developed drivers for the EPH-M200 and EPH-M100 models employ neodymium magnets for efficiency, as well as Yamaha’s tangential edge technology that combines stiffness and flexibility in a unique shape to produce optimal diaphragm movement. Both models come with a carrying case, a ¼” adapter, and a choice of five different ear tip sizes for a custom fit.
The EPH-M200 is available in three colors: Adrenaline Red, Piano Black and Ivory White. The EPH-M100 is available in Racing Blue, Piano Black and Ivory White.
The Yamaha EPH-M200 and EPH-M100 earphones will be available in November for MSRPs of $149.95 and $99.95, respectively. Look for more information at: http://4wrd.it/YAMAHA_EPH-M200_M100.