JVC today announced the addition of a new high-end model to its line of Bi-METAL in-ear canal headphones. The new JVC HA-SX500 achieves high quality sound by employing JVC's original Bi-METAL structure and a new large 16mm neodymium driver unit, offering greater power handling and sensitivity. Here is more info:
JVC's Bi-METAL structure is designed to enhance performance across the frequency range by housing the drive unit in a steel base wrapped in a high-specific-gravity brass ring to eliminate vibration and energy loss. The HA-SX500 also offers a vast reduction in friction noise. The headphones feature flexible rubber joints, reducing friction noise while increasing comfort, and use OFC (oxygen-free copper) to minimize transmission loss in the 0.8 meter friction noise reduction cord.
The lightweight HA-SX500 headphones are designed to provide a comfortable and secure fit while delivering superior isolation from external sounds and minimizing sound leakage. The ergonomic silicon rubber earpieces come in three sizes to provide snug, customized sizing, supported by a cushioned metallic foldable headband for a secure fit and hours of comfort.
A number of convenient accessories complete the package, such as a 0.7m extension cord and a handy carrying case. In addition, the HA-SX500 offers a plug that is compatible with Apple's iPhone.
The JVC HA-SX500 super-slim headphones will be available in April for $79.95."