Berlin, Germany (PRWEB) August 31, 2012
Today at IFA, Moshi (http://www.moshimonde.com), creator of premium electronics and accessories, announced the newest edition to its Moshi Audio family of earphones, Keramo.
Most earphone housings are constructed of plastic, which is often prone to pronounced resonance and distortion. Keramo is unique in that it features ceramic housing, a material known for its extreme rigidity. Moshi designers deliberately chose ceramic for the earphones in order to deliver a truly unique and pure sound with minimal harmonic distortion.
Keramo is an ideal headset for discerning listeners looking for an accurate IEM that delivers clean, unadulterated acoustics without any treble or bass boost. Keramo features remarkably smooth mids and highs with a natural sounding bass to create an open and realistic soundstage.
Keramo’s key features include:
- Sculpturally-inspired asymmetrical design to reduce excessive resonance
- Sintered ceramic housing polished to a mirror-like finish
- Push-to-talk microphone compatible with all iDevices, Android and Windows smartphones
- Ultra high definition 9mm drivers with extended range (10 Hz-22kHz/-10dB@ikHz).
- Braided cord offers added strength and tangle-resistance
- Custom carrying case for headphone storage and easy cable management
- Six pairs of standard and PivoTip hybrid injection silicone eartips
Keramo will be available in October 2012 for $120 USD.
Press-quality photos of Keramo may be accessed at http://www.moshimonde.com/press.
Moshi creates extraordinary products for enhancing the mobile lifestyle. Based in California, Moshi electronics and accessories are known for their clean aesthetics and unique designs that seamlessly marry form and functionality. Moshi designers are meticulous in their materials selection, with a keen focus on preserving the value of high-end electronic devices. Moshi is committed to environmental stewardship; all of its products and packaging are designed with an eye on reducing the impact on our planet and eliminating use of hazardous materials.
Moshi products can be found in more than 10,000 retailers around the world.