Experience the extreme level of detail provided by the Da Vinci X's 10 balanced armature drivers, making you feel like you’ve unlocked a superior sense of hearing.
Extended low end that enriches the lower harmonic content is a signature quality of this 10-balanced armature driver design.
A well-thought-out array of mid-frequency drivers tuned to precise musical crossover points define the sophisticated character of this monitor's mid-range.
An ethereal* sensation of air would be the closest description of the spatial quality delivered by Da Vinci's high-frequency performance. (*extremely delicate and light in a way that seems too perfect for this world. We looked it up...)
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 and providing more detail in each range.