OPEN ACOUSTICS System
Open drivers with no sound tubes that radiate sound directly into the Sound Reactor which allows the sound to freely flow to the ear canal.
Traditional in-ear monitors use a miniature speaker called a driver with a sound tube that carries the sound to the canal stem. The tube introduces unwanted resonances and results in a closed-in, stuffy sound.
The Open Acoustics System consists of three major parts: Open Drivers, Sound Reactor, and Sound Reflector.
The open drivers use no sound tubes and radiate sound directly into the Sound Reactor which allows the sound to freely flow to the ear canal. This results in a much larger soundstage and a more pure and natural listening experience.
The sound reactor is a chamber which shapes the sound that comes directly from the open drivers. The sound reactor uses natural acoustics to shape the sound instead of dampers and filters which are found in most traditional IEMs.
Our open high driver is located in the canal stem and features a sound reflector that directs the high frequencies into the ear canal. The results are remarkably smooth and airy highs with great extension.