A new set of headphones were launched on the Kickstarter crowdfunding platform this week.

They are called Modular Ears and consist of a number of modular headphones that can be customised to the user’s needs for a personalised sound.

They consider of two different headphone models, the M.E.2 and the M.E.4, both of which come with different modules for your acoustic taste.

The M.E.2 is a pair of in-ear headphones that have dual-driver balanced armatures and two interchangeable modules, the Chorus and the EDM.

Chorus is designed for pop/vocal music with “a vivid sound signature with bright Mids”, the EDM module has been designed for more bass with a “crystal clear treble”.

In terms of specs, the M.E.2 has 2 balanced armature drivers, a tweeter, a woofer, 2-way crossover, a 110 dB @ 1kHz, 1mW input sensitivity, a 20 Ohm @ 1kHz impedance, and a 10Hz-20kHz frequency response.

The M.E.4 have a few more specifications with quad-driver balanced armatures and two different modules, the Symphony and the reference.

Reference has been designed for music/ record producers according to the creators with a “neutral sound signature and a rounded soundstage”, they say that Symphony is designed to be tuned for a Symphonic Orchestra with an “amazing soundstage with lean bass and neutral treble ”

They feature 4 balanced armature drivers, 1 tweeter for high, 2 tweeters for mids, 1 woofer for bass, 3-way crossover, a 118 dB @ 1kHz, 1mW input sensitivity, a 32 Ohm @ 1kHz impedance, and a 5Hz-20kHz frequency response.

If you are interested, you can find out more and back the project at the source link below.

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