For audiophiles, having the best audio product that can capture their favorite genre of music in the clearest possible way is important to have. That goes for metalheads too, like the team at Heavys headed by none other than Axel Grell, Sennheiser’s designer for the HD series.
The team has given its namesake to its debut product, the Heavys headphones. They aimed to produce an unprecedented device that can deliver an immersive sound a metalhead can appreciate.
Heavys metal headphone features
When you think of heavy metal music, you immediately think of it as loud. But simply having a loud volume isn’t enough. With its psychoacoustic technology, Heavys can transmit music at different frequencies that can reproduce a louder sound without damaging your eardrums. This allows you to listen to music safely.
Speaking of frequencies, normally, headphones would have only one driver per side. However, Heavyssports a total of four drivers per side, which is why it’s able to transmit different frequencies simultaneously, lessening sound distortion. Not only that, but the headphones also have their speakers uniquely placed that “stimulates natural, front-oriented soundfield with tweeters.”
Heavys also have a dosimeter to gauge, lower, and minimize pressure to a tolerable level. This means that you can have prolonged use of the headphones without any difficulty or discomfort.
Apart from that, the headphones are available as wired or wireless. This is a welcome option for those who want to have the freedom of moving around without a wire hanging on their side or for those who wish to have a better quality of sound without any delays that can usually happen from a wireless connection.
The team has launched Heavys through Kickstarter with a goal of $20,000. At the moment, it has reached a whopping $1.13 million with seven days to spare. If you’re into heavy music and an audiophile, you can still catch the headphones at an early bird price of $149.
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