The world’s smallest sound driver


WITH today’s all-in-one portable gadgets consumers are looking for earphones that are just as portable.

Multimedia brand Radiopaq has developed a new range of miniature headphones called “Dots.” The colourful earpieces come with “unrivalled, superior audio performance and quality for price,” said the company, making them perfect for young listeners — or those predisposed to losing their earphones.

The earphones pack in the world’s smallest sound driver (around 50% smaller than those found on traditional earphones) and come with noise isolation, tangle-resistant cables, a gold-plated 3.5mm stereo jack plug, and silicone ear-cushions for a comfortable fit.

High end audio manufacturer Klipsch and Japan’s Audio Technica have designed some of the smallest and lightest in-ear headphones in the business however both models — the Klipsch Image and the Audio Technica ATH-CK100 — come with price tags between US$300 and US$500 (RM970 and RM1,615).

Headphone.com has put together a selection of in-ear headphones that combine great sound with a small and convenient package. The guide can be found here: bit.ly/4wcPG0.

Dots are available in black, white, blue, pink, purple, green and red online for about US$23 (RM75). — Relaxnews

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