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Comply™ Premium Headphone Pads


An innovative breakthrough in headphone design that revolutionizes the listening experience. Featuring a high-tech, patent-pending construction that unites Comply™ Flex-Coat Technology, a comfortable and compliant outer surface, with a singular body-heat-activated memory foam


Comply™ Flex-Coat Technology


Engineeredt to enhance elasticity and flexibility while providing a soft, skin-like feel that maximizes the acoustic sealing. The Comply™ Flex-Coat Technology was developed to deliver a headphone experience far superior to that of common, traditional faux-leather materials.


Body-heat-activated memory foam


This unique formulation softens at body temperature, providing listeners with unlimited hours of comfort


Moisture management


Comply™ Flex-Coat Technology features a differentiating microscopic texture that makes the easy-to-clean pads repel dirt and sweat.


Ultimate sound isolation


Comply™ Premium Headphone Pads conform to the exact contours of each listener, to create a superior acoustic seal and maximize sound isolation

The following EOps headphones feature Comply Premium Headphone Pad:



Dual Diaphragm Drivers


Dual diaphragm drivers can be found at high end audiophile quality headphones. They normally have separate large (for example 40mm) bass diaphragm and smaller (for example 24mm) mid – high diaphragm. The advantage of such configuration is that at high sound pressure level, the mid and high would not be overshadowed by the strong bass. The overall sound signature is well balanced with solid bass, clear mid-high, outstanding vocal projection and supreme soundstage.


The following EOps headphones feature Dual Diaphragm Drivers: 



SUPREME Magnet Driver


SUPREME Magnet Drivers provides high sensitivity + wide dynamic range so that superior sudio can be generated from Smartphones. 6.5mm Ultra-light PRECISION diaphragm improves sound response and redically reduces unwanted resonance of the diaphragm for better definition


The following EOps headphones feature SUPREME Magnet Driver: 



Dual Dynamic Drivers

Dual Dynamic Drivers can normally be found at premium quality earphones. They normally have separate large (for example 10mm) bass driver and smaller (for example 6mm) mid-high driver. The advantage of such configuration is that at high sound pressure level, the large driver can deliver deep and powerful bass, while the small driver can still deliver clearer definition mid high and layered vocal. Also, with 2 drivers, the total diaphragm area is increased to enhance air flow for higher sensitivity.


The following EOps headphones feature Dual Diaphragm Drivers: 



Titanium Drivers


What is the benefit of Titanium Drivers vs normal dynamic drivers? Think of Titanium Drivers as premium version of dynamic drivers. Compared with normal dynamic drivers that used mylar diaphragms to generate sound, Titanium Drivers have special titanium metal coating on the diaphragm surfaces which make them stronger. The effect can lower total harmonic distortion of the diaphragm surface at high sound pressure level and produce more accurate sound.


The following EOps headphones feature Titanium Drivers: 







Dynamic Drivers


Dynamic drivers are the most common type of headphones/ earphones drivers. They work like miniature loudspeakers and produce sound by using the movements of the driver diaphragms to move air. Normal dynamic drivers are especially good at reproducing sound at low frequencies.


The following EOps headphones feature Dynamic Drivers: 



Tips to enhance sound quality – AT NO COST!



Most of us nowadays listen to music from portable music players like iPhone / Android phones / iPad / iPod / MP3 players and the music files are stored in compressed digital format audio files. There are a lot of different compressed digital audio file formats but the way how the original music (CD) is imported (the compression technology) will greatly affect the sound quality you get. For example, if you import audio CD content into your PC / Mac’s iTunes library (check under Edit, then Preference, then General, the Import Settings), the default import setting is:

Import using: AAC Encoder

Setting: iTunes Plus


Actually, you can greatly improve the sound quality if you import CD using either AIFF or Apple Lossless. Change the import setting to:

Import using: AIFF Encoder

Setting: Automatic


Import using: Apple Lossless Encoder Setting: Automatic


Note if you only use iDevices (iPhone / iPad / iPod), then you can try Apple Lossless. However, if you have different platform music devices, then AIFF will be more commonly supported. But AIFF will take up huge storage space.


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