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Klipsch and EAR Micro Launches the $2,500+ T10 Bespoke Ear Computers

Klipsch and EAR Micro Launches the $2,500+ T10 Bespoke Ear Computers
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Klipsch and EAR Micro Launches the $2,500+ T10 Bespoke Ear Computers


EAR Micro and Klipsch Audio have announced the T10 Bespoke Wireless Headphones. The gadget was presented at the Motorlux event dedicated to the 71st Concours D'Elegance.

T10 Bespoke, according to the manufacturers, has been developed for four years. Headphones have a miniature form factor but offer Hi-Fi sound. Inside the T10 Bespoke are two Hi-Fi DSP microprocessors - Cadence and Tensilica. The headphones are also equipped with a Class D amplifier and Sonion acoustic transducers. The T10 Bespoke supports 96kHz/24bit LDAC codec playback.


In addition to the flagship filling, T10 Bespoke features an unusual appearance. The charging case of the earphones has a diamond-shaped design with side-opening covers. In the manufacture of headphones and cases, "environmentally friendly" materials are used, such as ceramics, titanium, bronze, stainless steel, gold, copper, silver, leather, and wood. T10 Bespoke is handcrafted and made to order. You can configure the type of headphones in the configurator on the manufacturer's website. After that, you can place an order, and the headphones will go into production.

The cost of the T10 Bespoke is amazing. For the basic version of black or white ceramic and black or white leather, you will have to pay $ 2800. For the choice of other colors and more expensive materials, you will have to pay extra. For example, such an option made of gold, carbon fiber, and red ceramics will cost $4450.

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