Ahead of the IFA 2016 event in Berlin, RHA has unveiled a few of new audio products to be released this year.

The British-based headphone manufacturer unveiled not one but two new in-ear headphone models, alongside their first headphone amplifier/ DAC.

First up is the CL1 Ceramic in-ear, which offers dual drivers alongside a ceramic plate driver, which they say has been designed to provide better upper-end tones (above 8kHz.)

The in-ears also feature detachable cables with moldable wraparound ear hooks and earpieces that have been mode with injection-molded zirconium oxide, these connect to a braided silver0core four-pin XLR cable or a normal oxygen-free copper 3.5mm cable.

In the box, you will find 11 pairs of ear tips in both silicone and moldable Comply foam formats, a case and a cleaning kit.

CL750

To join the CL1, RHA also announced the CL750 in-ears, which use a stainless steel housing, but also a single CL dynamic driver that RHA say will allow it to reproduce frequencies of up to 45kHz.

It also comes with an included OFC cable, flexible ear hooks as well as 11 pairs of ear tips in silicone and Comply foam and a carrying case.

Dacamp L1

But RHA wasn’t done there, they also announced their first headphone amplifier or DAC (called theDacamp L1), which boasts dual ESS Sabre ES9018K2M digital-to-analog converters and a 4,000mAh battery to power it all on the go for up to 10-hours.

The DAC also includes inputs for USB A, micro-USB and micro Optical, as well as outputs for a four-pin balanced output and a 3.5mm output.

On top of that, the DAC also supports high-res audio at up to 32bit/384kHz resolution, and up to 11.2MHz for DSD files. It is also compatible with Android, iOS, PC, and Mac and features fine tuning via a three-level gain control.

And RHA wasn’t done there, the Dacamp L1 also has dual EQ dials for bass and treble controls.

We don’t yet know about the pricing or worldwide availability for any of these new audio products, but we expect that we will hear more over the next few days.

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