Innovation within the world of audio peripherals is endless, and every day, it seems that another captivating model is announced or released. The latest in a long line of mind-boggling announcements comes in the form of the all-new IRIS Flow headphone — a joint venture with one of design’s most affluent outfits, Discommon.
The Discommon x IRIS Flow Headphone is a testament to the brands’ unique material approach, offering listeners a comfortable, over-ear silhouette that’s inherently original when compared to its competitors. But the aesthetic pleasantries of the Flow aren’t its most tantalizing traits. Instead, it’s the promise of enhanced audible qualities, widened frequency ranges, and increased battery life, courtesy of the pair’s innovative partnership. Inside, the headphone will feature a set of high-profile 40mm beryllium drivers, patented acoustics, and IRIS’s proprietary audio algorithm, which re-synthesizes spatial information that’s lost during the digital recording process. To complement these innovations, included aptX low latency and Qualcomm cVc technology has been implemented, allowing listeners to wirelessly pair with their favorite form of media, with minimal quality loss or latency. Head to the project’s Indiegogo to pick up a pair of your own for $351.
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