M by Maxell headphone collection now available


First two premium aluminium-body in-ear headphones available now

London, UK, 16 th April – Maxell, today announces the availability of its premium in-ear headphone range, M by Maxell. M by Maxell represents a commitment to outstanding audio quality and precision. Recognisable by the signature engraved “M” on the headphones, the M by Maxell collection consists of premium technology-specific headphones. It was created with the knowledge and experience of producing high-quality audio reproduction and sound technology that made Maxell a household name. The collection has been designed to meet the needs for today’s consumer, making premium sound technology available for everyone. 

The collection launches with the availability of the MXH-DD600S Dual Dynamic Driver headphones and the MXH-DBA700S Balanced Armature headphones. Both in-ear headphones, they feature a high rigidity aluminium body as well as an in-line microphone with call answering functions for smartphones and in-line volume control.  

The beautifully designed headphones not only look great but sound it too. The Dual Dynamic Drive headphones have two powerful, independent dynamic drivers: a 6mm treble driver (tweeter) at the front and a 8mm bass driver (woofer) at the back for both low and midrange frequencies. These give a deep bass, without detracting from the mid to high frequencies, delivering a truly balanced sound across the range. The MXH-DD600S Dual Dynamic Driver is available now for £69.99.

The hybrid technology of the MXH-DBA700S Balanced Armature headphones combines the benefits of two sound transducer technologies. The Balanced Armature offers precision in the mid-to-high frequency range where it excels whilst the addition of the dynamic driver is better suited to handle the lower frequency sounds. The combination of the two results in an excellent treble without compromising the bass response. The MXH-BDA700S Balanced Armature is available now for £89.99.

Both models feature earpieces that are treated with silver ion, which has antibacterial properties. Silver ion is used in dentistry and medicine to reduce bacterial infections. The headphone cable is designed to be flat, which is not only stylish, it greatly reduces tangling. The in-ear design comes with four sizes of earpiece, for a perfect fit for all ears.

The soon to be launched MXH-RF500S Bass Chamber in-ear headphones feature a 10mm driver and a dual bass chamber. The bass chamber extends the sound range creating a strong bass and clear sound for high, mid, and low frequencies. The MXH-RF500S will be available in black and white later this year. More information is available on the M by Maxell microsite here: www.mbymaxell.eu.

Availability

The MXH-DD600S Dual Dynamic Drive headphones are available now from Amazon for £69.99 (including VAT)

The MXH-DBA700S Balanced Armature headphones are available from Amazon for £89.99 (including VAT)

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Maxell Europe Ltd: 
Maxell Europe Ltd is a group company of Hitachi Maxell, Ltd. Japan. Hitachi Maxell, Ltd. is a leading global manufacturer of information storage media products, including magnetic tapes; optical discs and battery products such as lithium ion rechargeable; micro batteries , consumer audio, and alkaline dry batteries. Since its foundation in 1960, Hitachi Maxell, Ltd. has led the electronics industry at home and abroad in the fields of storage media and batteries, and the brand “Maxell” is globally recognised. In addition, Hitachi Maxell, Ltd. is also focused on devices and materials such as optical components and functional materials based on Maxell’s core technologies. For more information on Maxell Europe or the range of Consumer Headphones, Accessories, Batteries or Storage Media products, please visit www.maxell.eu 


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