Final Audio B-Series Earbuds

The high-end audio brand Final just introduced the market with their new B-series earbuds: B1 for pop music, B2 – tuned for classical music and B3 is better for rock,  R&B & electronic. The manufacturer is well known for premium quality products with satisfying design, and B-series are no exception – they are made of chrome-coated copper aluminum and feature audiophile-quality internals.

The B1 is the flagship pair for the series, its elegant chrome copper MAKE casing holding one dynamic driver and one Balanced Armature driver. Providing a wide soundstage but a narrower dynamic range, the pair is best used for Pop music.

The B2 arrives to cover the lowest tier, holding one Balanced Armature driver inside its also-aluminum housing. This cheapest model provides a stronger balance between soundstage and dynamic range, making it the best pair of the three for classical music.

Last in line is the B3, with two Balanced Armature drivers in an identical geometric housing made with aluminum. While the B3 has a greater dynamic range than its more expensive counterpart, its soundstage is narrower than the B1, a configuration perfect for Rock, R&B or even electronic genres.

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Final E5000 Headphones

The new Final E5000 headphones is a product of engineering and psychological research for clear and immersive sound quality.

The Final did not use the typical method of sound creation when certain high frequencies are emphasized, and then you receive vivid sound when you first listen, but because of this, other ranges are obscured and hard to hear. With E5000, no particular sound ranges have been emphasized, achieving a vast sound stage that seems to envelop you, something unthinkable in earphones up until now. 

In addition, the silver-coated cable is standard equipment. With the employment of an MMCX connector that can be re-cabled, it is possible to replace the cable in the event of cable breakage.

There is an acoustic resistor inside the rear housing of the driver unit, and this controls the low mid-range frequency characteristics that determine the framework of the sound quality. At the end of this, there is a pipe bent into an L-shape (acoustic chamber) which is necessary for tuning; with this, we have achieved a balance between the volume of low frequencies and clarity.

With their swing fit mechanism, the earpieces can be swung left and right and tilted towards the audio canal for a perfect fit. These prevent changes in shape owing to the aperture of the earpiece coming into contact with the audio canal. The sound is transmitted directly to the eardrum, delivering clear sound.

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