CTOnews.com, December 7 (Xinhua)-- according to Shanling Audio's official Weibo news, Shanling today announced the price of its flagship Majestic ring static iron headphones, which retail for 9998 yuan and will go on sale on December 12.
▲ Tuyuan Shanling Audio official Weibo, in addition to the body, officially claimed to have customized leather storage boxes and leather packaging boxes for Majestic headphones, but the related headphones have not yet been put on the e-commerce platform.
▲ Tuyuan Shanling Audio official Weibo CTOnews.com has been informed that the Majestic is Shanling's first headset with static electricity into the ear. It is equipped with Huanghua pear panel, equipped with opposing double liquid silicone diaphragm moving coil unit, four Danish sound electrostatic units, six custom moving iron units, low frequency gain switches + electrostatic work switches, and single crystal copper replaceable wire with 0.78 interface.
▲ Tuyuan Shanling Audio official Weibo
▲ Tuyuan Shan Ling Audio official Weibo Shan Ling said that the headphone is positioned as its own "flagship headset", combines moving coils, moving iron and electrostatic units, and claims to be able to "lead the audience to the wonderland of sound and enjoy the beauty of music" and "excellent configuration and training".
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