Kiwi Ears Cadenza: Budget headphones with a beryllium driver
Kiwi Ears Cadenza
Kiwi Ears has launched the Cadenza in -ear headphones , which use a 10mm beryllium diaphragm driver .
The manufacturer does not specify whether it is a diaphragm made of pure beryllium or a layer of beryllium on a polymer substrate, but even in this case, the product is quite remarkable, since they only ask for a few tens of dollars for it.
The dynamic emitter received a neodymium magnetic system , and the anatomically shaped body was made by 3D printing. Several bright colors are available to choose from. The package includes a detachable cable with copper conductors and a 3.5 mm mini-jack.
Claimed sensitivity is 110 dB , nominal impedance – 32 ohms , according to the company, the headphone frequency response corresponds to the traditional Harman curve .