Dual Dynamic Driver In ear monitor- Clear Ear House,Small and Refine,wearing comfortably.
Passive Crossover Technology
Dual driver design with separate subwoofer for deep, impactful bass with clean vocals and clear instruments
The biggest feature of DUA100 is combining dual dynamic drivers with sophisticated crossover networks, in order to provide enhanced sonic detail and frequency range.It’s a typical technic.jj,al in Audiophile earphones,especailly in Balanced Armature IEMS,such as Westone,Shure.With DUA100,you can hear more details.
Integrated Aluminum Metal microphone and remote for calls and media control on smartphones, tablets, and more，Both used in Android and IOS device.
Exclusive SR and plug mould,ergonomic,metal,lasting long,can avoid short-cut effectively.
High Quality Gift Box Package
Color Option – ROSE GOLD/BLACK/SILVER
Microphonics and Wear Style
Microphonics, also more commonly known as “cable noise”, refers to the noise you hear through the cable when shuffling or bumping against something, your shirt for example. Of course, it depends on the cable but some cables are more prone to cable noise. There are two wearing styles for cables on IEMs. Everyone knows how to wear the cable straight down, which as you may be able to guess, is when you plug in your earphones and let the cable hang downwards coming out of your ear. The other alternative to wear the cable is to loop them around your ear. This is actually very effective in reducing microphonics. Some earphones are only meant to be worn cable down while others only over the ear, but of course there are also those that allow you to wear them either way.DUA100 is the one.
The Importance of A Good Seal
Having a good seal is critical when listening to earphones, more specifically IEMs. A bad seal can change the sound signature heard of an IEM, producing a different sound than how they are supposed to sound. A bad seal generally produces more highs and reduce the bass response. Of course, if you find that bass is too strong on a particular IEM, you can wear your IEM with a more shallow/weaker seal as that may reduce the bass to a more tolerable level.
How to properly care for your IEMs
After each use, it would be best to wipe them down so sweat and oil is removed. If there are no filters on the nozzle, you should also use a wax cleaning tool to extract any build-up in the nozzle area. Then using the three/four method or “over and under” method to wrap them up and put them in a carrying case. Try to keep them in a clean, dry place and never let any moisture into the nozzle. Never wrap your earphones around your iPod or music player and never wrap them too tightly. Take very good care of the cable, especially on IEMs without removable cables, as cables are usually the first to break and once they do you can’t listen your earphones anymore.