Final Audio is looking to release not one, but two new additions to their in-ear lineup. Meet Final Audio E5000 and E4000 earphones.
New Release Final Audio E5000, Final Audio E4000 Earphones
Both in-ear buds feature small cylindrical housings that we’ve become accustomed to with Final Audio. This shape is quite unique and makes for a lightweight and simple means of delivering music straight to your ear canal so you don’t have to turn your music up to damaging volumes.
Final Audio E5000 is comprised of a highly rigid stainless steel housing. It’s built with an acoustic chamber that is specially designed for low frequency tuning and holds a 6.4mm dynamic driver operating at an impedance of 14 ohms. The housings are attached via a MMCX connector to a high purity OFC silver coated cable that’s 1.2m long. The entire unit weighs 24g. In terms of sound, Final Audio E5000 is said to deliver clean, clear and accurate sound across the entire frequency range while providing an immersive listening experience. Final Audio E5000 will retail for $279 and made available at the end of April.
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Final Audio E4000 displays a similar look to the aforementioned model, but swaps out the rigid stainless steel housing for a matte black rigid aluminum housing. It is also fit with a 6.4mm dynamic driver (this time operating at an impedance of 15 ohms) as well as an acoustic chamber for low-frequency tuning and a MMCX connector for the detachable high purity OFC cable that’s 1.2m long. The overall weight of the unit is 18g. As for the sound, Final Audio E4000 is designed to provide sound quality that is clear, accurate, and what the company calls true-to-life sound detailed “as if [the music] were being played right in front of you.” Final Audio E4000 will retail for $149 and made available at the end of April.
Snag Final Audio E4000 at Audio46.