Kinera has started selling Freya 2.0 in-ear headphones, which have a hybrid design and are named after the Scandinavian goddess.
The acoustic part is built on a combination of dynamic and reinforcement radiators. Each earphone is equipped with a 7 mm dynamic driver that operates on the bass, two Knowles armature drivers for the mid frequencies, and a Knowles armature driver for the high-frequency range. The cases are made of transparent hypoallergenic synthetic resin; the outer panels have a beautiful smoky pattern with the name of the company and model.
The supplied cable with copper alloy cores is terminated with a 4.4 mm mini-jack; the headphones also come with a 3.5 mm adapter. The package includes Final Type E ear pads in different sizes, as well as several pairs of silicone ear pads with different sound settings. The sensitivity of the headphones is 105 dB , the nominal impedance is 20 Ohms .
The Kinera Freya 2.0 In-Ear Hybrid Headphones retail online starting at $269.