High-tech ideas for the summer: low-priced Hi-Res headphones


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  • Friday, 14 Jul 2017

The manufacturer says the over-the-ear cable design reduces noise from bumps on the cable and makes them comfortable to use.

Although it's pitched as an entry-level product, the Pioneer SE-CH5T in-ear headphone set can reproduce high resolution sound in the FLAC, DSD and MQA formats.

Hi-Res Audio is able to capture a wider frequency spectrum so as to reproduce a more detailed and natural sound – in this case up to 45 kHz – than with a CD or any other lossy compressed digital file.

The manufacturer says the over-the-ear cable design reduces noise from bumps on the cable and makes them comfortable to use. These headphones also have a built-in microphone so that you can answer a phone call at any time.

The Pioneer SE-CH5T headphones are priced at US$59.99 (RM260). — AFP Relaxnews

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