RevoNext Introduces RX8 Dual Driver Earphones

Dual drivers for under £30. Too good to be true?

by Aaron Macarthy Beards Oct 17, 2018 at 1:07 PM


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    RevoNext Introduces RX8 Dual Driver Earphones
    RevoNext, established in 2015, have announced the availability of its RX8 dual driver, in-ear headphones. The earphones feature one dynamic driver and one balanced armature driver.
    The RX8 earphones are ergonomically designed with a streamlined, semi-transparent sound chamber and a professional shell of polymer polycarbonate imported from Germany to fit naturally in the ear canal. Available in blue, black, grey and red, the RX8 has been developed with a high-gloss and high-smooth UV-curable varnish hardening treatment.

    The earphones offer a changeable line design, using 3.5mm anti-oxidation, nickel-plated connector and 0.78mm 2-pin plug detachable cable. The company claims that the Hi-Fi high-end, audio cable further enhances the sound quality and personalisation options.

    Inside, the RX8 have one dynamic driver and one balanced armature, delivering a strong, balanced and complimentary high and low pitch. The triple-frequency equalisation ensures high resolution and restoration of music to bring a more natural, realistic listening experience to any genre of music, thanks to the unique tuning technology.

    The earphones are wired. So, if you're an iPhone user, you’ll need to use the Lighting-to-3.5mm headphones adapter. However, for those devices without a 3.5mm connection, RevoNext will be selling a Bluetooth cable in September which simply slots in where the 2 pin detachable audio cable would fit to ensure the RX8s are futureproofed.

    The RevoNext RX8 dual driver, in-ear headphones are available from Amazon.com and RevoNext website for just £24.

    The earphones have a sensitivity of 105dB and an impedance of 25Ω. The frequency range is a healthy 7Hz-40KHz .

    Wired headphones are becoming harder to use with many mobile phones, due to many dropping the 3.5mm headphone jack. However, the in-ear headphone market is still fiercely competitive.

    Can RevoNext compete in such a market place?

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