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Warwick Acoustics introduced open headphones Bravura , which use 1.5 kV electrostatic discharge.
The basis of the novelty is the hand-made HPEL drivers . They have an aperture area of 3,570 mm 2 and a weight of 0.5 g. The developers report that the upgraded drivers are produced using new technology using improved materials. The upholstery is hand-stitched and the lambswool is used for the cushions.
Warwick Acoustics Bravura are equipped with a Sonoma M1 class A amplifier , and digital USB and coaxial S / PDIF connectors are used for connection. Users can also resort to the analog RCA input . Signal transmission to the headphones is provided by an ultra-low capacitance cable.
The USB connection allows you to receive PCM 32 bit / 384 kHz , DSD64 and DSD128 signals . The S / PDIF connector will offer PCM 24 bit / 192 kHz . Installed inside the DAC provides a signal-to-noise ratio of 129 dB. The DSP processor is responsible for processing the digital signal .
For the Bravura Silver model, you will have to pay 1,750 euros . The black version will cost more – 2,100 euros . You can add the Sonoma M1 amplifier to the headphones for 5,750 euros .