MartinLogan Unveils Mikros 70 Reference In-Ear Headphones

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MartinLogan Unveils Mikros 70 Reference In-Ear Headphones


MartinLogan_Mikros_70_headphones.jpgMartinLogan recently announced the new Mikros 70 reference in-ear headphones. Inspired by the company's electrostatic speakers and designed by MartinLogan's in-house team, the Mikros 70 reference in-ear headphones feature ambient noise isolation, preserving the nuances of recorded sound.

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MartinLogan focused on delivering sound with the Mikros 70. The Mikros 70 body is constructed from black anodized solid aluminum and sealed with metallic hyperblack end caps to isolate ambient noise. Features include a 90-degree gold-plated plug, tangle-reducing cable slider, and simple, yet durable, black rubberized cord that dampens and isolates noise often transmitted through contact and movement. Included with each headphone is a compact carrying pouch to assure safe stowage when traveling.

Each pair of Mikros 70 in-ear headphones include a variety of ear tips (3 sizes of bulb tips and 2 sizes of flange tips) for a comfortable, snug fit that isolates reportedly up to 97.8% of ambient noise.

Mikros 70's in-line remote/microphone controls volume, play/pause, track selection, voice control, and allows transitions between listening to music and phone calls on compatible Apple devices. The remote and microphone also function with a variety of smart phones, digital media players, and similar devices with a standard 3.5mm 4-conductor socket.

The Mikros 70 is shipping now with an MSRP of $149.95 per set.

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