Stealth Sonics made a splash at this year’s NAMM in Anaheim, California, releasing universal and custom fit in-ear monitors with 2, 4, and 9 balanced armature driver units: Stealth Sonics U2, U4, and U9.
Stealth Sonics IEMs with 2, 4, 9 Drivers Released at NAMM
U2 possesses two balanced armature drivers arranged with a cross-over free, hybrid design said to provide a soft, sonic blended profile. The units are also finely tuned and housed in acoustically-optimized composite material that aids in providing a warm and smooth sound across the entire frequency range of 20Hz-20kHz. Stealth Sonics describes the overall delivery as full bodied with rich bass and smooth mids and highs. Doesn’t sound like they’ll disappoint.
U4 aims to give those who desire reference sound exactly what they want. With 4 drivers arranged in a pure balanced armature design, the U4 achieves punchy bass, silky midrange, and crystal-clear highs. These IEMs are also housed in acoustically-optimized composite material to maintain the clarity and resilience across the extended frequency response range of 18Hz-23kHz.
And for anyone looking for the utmost in sonic clarity, they can look towards U9. This universal IEM with 9 balanced armature drivers is built with a hybrid system featuring a precision-calibrated large diameter dynamic driver together with four Super-High” drivers making for an immersive listening experience. This particular unit is able to reach the widest frequency response range of 18Hz-40kHz delivering deep bass, transparent mids, and clear, open highs.
All of the models above are available as custom molds crafted. The company also makes special screw-on face plates for users to further customize their IEMs.
If interested in Stealth Sonics you can order yours over at stealthsonics.com.