Kinera Celest Gumiho: Planar headphones with armature drivers
Kinera Celest Gumiho
The new model of in-ear hybrid headphones Kinera Celest Gumiho is named after the famous hero of Chinese folklore – the nine-tailed fox.
The design of the model combines a proprietary planar transducer with a 10 mm square diaphragm, which is responsible for the main part of the operating range, as well as a custom-made armature driver that sounds high and ultra-high frequencies. The cases are made by 3D printing, on the outer panel there is an image of a nine-tailed fox. Headphones are available in two versions – black and white.
A detachable cable with a bipolar connector has silver-plated and pure copper cores; a 3.5 mm minijack is used to connect to a signal source. The sensitivity is 106 dB , the nominal impedance is 9 ohms , the package includes six pairs of silicone eartips of different sizes, a carrying case and a metal bookmark.