The new Geek Wold GK100 in-ear headphones are distinguished not only by the use of many different types of emitters, but also by an original approach to tuning.
Each headphone has 9 emitters , while they are organized in a five-way configuration. Two 8-mm piezoelectric drivers are responsible for reproducing ultra- high frequencies, while two piezoelectric and two reinforcing emitters simultaneously sound high frequencies.
The middle is entrusted to a dynamic driver with an 8 mm diamond-like carbon diaphragm , and the low-frequency range is divided into two parts – the main one is reproduced by a speaker with a liquid crystal polymer diaphragm , a speaker with a titanium membrane is responsible for the lowest octave .
The earphone shells are 3D printed from synthetic resin and the outer panel is hand painted. The package includes six pairs of ear pads, a detachable cable with strands of silver-plated monocrystalline copper and three interchangeable mini-jacks – 2.5 mm, 3.5 mm and 4.4 mm . The sensitivity of the model is 105 dB , the impedance is 17 ohms .
The Geek Wold GK100 in-ear hybrid headphones can be ordered online for $200 .