Fender, creator of the iconic, twangy strat, has just jumped into the headphone game.
The company has announced that it has acquired high-end US headphone manufacturer Aurisonics - a brand that has aimed its sights at audiophiles and pro musicians over the years.
Five models are kicking things off, starting with the cheapest US$100 (RM435) DXA1 Pro, and going all the way up to the US$500 (RM2,170) FXA7 Pro.
Every model in the range features a titanium driver, while the higher-end versions were designed after thousands of ear scans, to achieve a custom-like fit for 95% of users.
We haven’t had a chance to try out any of the range ourselves, but with Aurisonics’ proven audio pedigree, we’ve got high hopes for the new Fender-branded in-ears.
Hit up this link for the full range, specs and pricing information, and we’ll work on getting local pricing and release dates as soon as we can.
[via The Verge]