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Beyerdynamic Xelento Remote Tesla In-Ear Monitor For Audiophiles

 

Beyerdynamic Xelento Remote Tesla In-Ear Monitor For Audiophiles

 

  Beyerdynamic wil be at CES 2017 at South Hall Booth 20639 with their new Xelento remote in-ear monitors that is said to impresses even the most discerning audiophiles. The reason is Beyerdynamic's unique Tesla technology, which covers the complete acoustic range in a neutral and precise manner. Its excellent efficiency together with outstanding impulse fidelity makes it ideal for use on smartphones or high-resolution audio players. The in-ear version of the Tesla driver has been fully redeveloped. Ring magnets - 16 times smaller than in the reference T 1 headphones - and an air gap in the micrometer range redefine the limits of what is technically feasible.

 

Beyerdynamic Xelento Remote Tesla In-Ear Monitor For Audiophiles

 

Such progress can no longer be perceived with the naked eye but it can scarcely be hidden from the ear. A specially extended frequency response makes details audible which are simply lost with other in-ear models. The powerful, ultra-precise bass rounds off the sound at the lower end, without pushing itself into the limelight. The Xelento remote thus emphasizes the voices and instruments especially vividly and effortlessly. The acoustic experts in Heilbronn have tuned it perfectly - for a high-end sound that goes straight to the ear.

 

High-End Features
The universal remote control in the cable gives the Xelento remote the second part of its name. It controls the volume and music playback of the player by means of the 3.5 mm jack connector and allows calls to be made and received on the smartphone at the press of a button. The integrated microphone transforms the headphones into an audiophile headset. For those who don't require a microphone and prefer to control playback on the player, a pure audio cable can be used instead. The cables are detachable, which means they can be replaced quickly.

Silver-plated cables provide as little resistance as possible to the sound flowing through their cores. They are coated with Kevlar and tested in 40,000 bending cycles. Gold-plated MMCX plugs ensure good contact and fast and easy replacement. The headphones can thus withstand years of outdoor use under the harshest conditions. The in-ear housing itself is just as robust. Its three-layer metallizing not only looks stylish, but also makes the surface insensitive to abrasion, solvents, and perspiration. A watertight diaphragm over the bass reflex openings protects the interior from getting wet.

 

Beyerdynamic Xelento Remote Tesla In-Ear Monitor For Audiophiles

 

High-End Wearing Comfort
Beyerdynamic has expended more energy into perfecting the fit of the headphones than ever before. Countless silicone casts were made, heads measured and computer data evaluated so that the Xelento remote nestles perfectly into the wearer's ear. This has resulted in anatomically shaped eartips in no less than seven sizes - from XS to 3XL. No other manufacturer offers so much customizing. Thanks to their oval cut, they fit like a glove in the auditory canal - without the usual sensation of pressure that comes from wearing in-ears. The popular Comply molded foam eartips are also available in three sizes for fans of classic attachments.

 

Beyerdynamic Xelento Remote Tesla In-Ear Monitor For Audiophiles

 

Passion "Made in Germany"
Everything is packaged in an exclusive presentation case with magnetic fastener. The case also includes the high-quality carry case for transport, reminding buyers with every opening that they are holding a very special piece of headphones technology in their hands. This is because the Xelento remote is crafted by hand at company headquarters in Heilbronn, Germany, just like all the Tesla models. Skilled professionals wind the tiny voice coils, rotate drive parts and assemble the components under a microscope with the precision of a watchmaker - with a passion that is clearly palpable with the finished product. 

 

Technical Data
Transducer type Dynamic, Tesla
Operating principle Closed
Frequency response 8 - 48,000 Hz
Nominal impedance 16 ohms
Nominal SPL 110 dB (1 mW / 500 Hz)
T.H.D. < 0,2 % 
Remote & Mic Universal 3-Button*
Sound coupling to the ear In-Ear
Transmission Wired
Length and type of cable 1.3 m / detachable (MMCX) 
with remote and mic
Connection 3.5 mm plug, 4-pole
Weight (without cable) 7 g per pair
Accessories 1.3 m cable without remote
7 pairs of silicone eartips
3 pairs of Comply eartips
Case
Cable clip
Quick start guide

 

About Beyerdynamic
Over 90 years experience in developing audio electronics
Beyerdynamic GmbH & Co. KG, Heilbronn, stands for innovative audio products with the highest sound quality and pioneering technology. Two business divisions - audio systems and headphones - provide tailored solutions for professional and private users. All products are developed in Germany and primarily manufactured by hand - from hi-fi headphones to stage microphones and conference and interpretation systems. Beyerdynamic, Inc. is a branch office based in Farmingdale, NY, which serves as a distribution office for the whole North American region.

 

 

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