The CE320 blurs the line between Pro Sound and everyday use. Its Triple-Driver design offers power to drive your monitor mix on stage as well as the definition to discern the smallest details in your favorite playlist, all in an efficient and cost-effective package.
A dedicated low-frequency driver delivers the full bass definition that sets the strong body sound of the CE320.
By separating the entire frequency spectrum into three basic ranges, we allow our superior mid-range driver to laser focus on delivering your precious mids.
By using precision high-frequency drivers, the details in the music pop out effortlessly with headroom to spare.
IEM stands for In-Ear Monitor. In-ear monitors are professional-grade earphones optimized to suit the needs of live performers and serious audiophiles. They come in two form factors: Universal Fit and Custom Fit, the latter being built to your ears shape, which happens to be our specialty.
You can think of a driver as a speaker that’s been miniaturized. This miniaturized speaker is designed to be used in custom in-ear monitors and offers better quality than regular headphones.
A single driver in-ear has one driver, whereas a triple driver has three drivers. This may sound obvious, but what exactly does it mean? A single driver is tasked to deliver the whole frequency spectrum, which might be burdensome at times, whereas on the triple driver, the spectrum gets divided into three ranges: low, mid and high frequencies, balancing the load between the three drivers thus providing more detail in each range.