Meizu on October 19 has come up with its latest headphones which the company has named Meizu UR Live Special Edition headphones. As per the official claim of the company, the earphones would give its users a distinctive sound experience that is unlike the generic headphones and would compete with the other leading acoustic devices.
To make its mark visible amidst the competition, Meizu is also claiming that the earphones have gone under fine manufactures along with a rigorous tuning process.
The earphones are smaller in size, but what is apparently lacks in terms of size, makes it up in terms of performance. Meizu has said that the wired earphones are geared towards enhancing the low-frequency output through two customized subwoofers. The earphones are designed with a dual-channel independent conductive structure which consists of the bass double-moving iron and the medium-high pitch iron. These two independent sound pipes are what give the earphones its distinct audio experience.
The designing process of the Meizu UR Live Special Edition was also extensive and rigorous. The company collected tens of thousands of earmold samples to choose the one that satisfies its needs the most and then formulated a common model through calculations and modeling optimization. It has OFC oxygen-free silver-plated wire while the connectors and panels are of carbon, gold, and silver foil.
The inclusion of all those parts and the thorough designing process make the Meizu UR Live earphones optimized in such a way that now it will deliver accurate reproduction of vocals and detailed presentation of instrumental sounds. The company has further added that the earphones will also crunch out impressive output. Irrelevant of the genre of music.
The Meizu UR Live Special Edition headphones come in a black semi-transparent design and is priced at 1299 yuan. As of now, it is meant for the Chinese market only.