Molex Inc. has announced its entry into the
audio accessories market with Evaldiâ„˘ next-generation audio solutions.
Evaldi noise-isolating earphones represent the first audio product offering by
Molex, which will be introduced and marketed worldwide through a
limited-exclusive distribution partnership with Digi-Key Corp.
patented airstream-control technologies, Evaldi earphones enable both sharper
high tones and lower bass sounds to be presented without interference. With a
canal-type design and several unique features, such as an inclined stem with an
elliptical shape, the earphones conform more naturally to the ear canal. The
micro components and precision manufacturing features added to the inside and
chassis of the earphones are designed to control the airstream to achieve
higher-quality sound. The earphones come with both open- and closed-style ear
pads that help isolate the sound and allow users to customize their listening
Evaldi earphones have
a 1,200 mm Y-shaped headset cord with a 3.5 mm (1/8
inch) diameter plug; a 13.5 mm driver unit that can produce frequencies
from 20 Hz to 20 kHz; and a maximum power capacity of 50 mW. Impedance is rated
at 16 ohms at 1 kHz.
plans to introduce additional audio-related products for personal and business
use in the coming year.
here for more information on Evaldi
audio products by Molex.
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