Japan-based, Final Audio Design is known to most audiophiles as a company that has a not-so-cheap models. The four new earphones the company added to its earphone line-up aren’t exceptions. Piano Forte Series Earphones promise to enrich audiophiles with sound quality, as they will experience inside a concert hall. They are inspired by horn loudspeakers.
The cheapest model is the Piano Forte VIII. Priced at $940 it will feature brass housing. Second one is the Piano Forte IX, with mirror-polished stainless steel, at $1,180. Next up is the Piano Forte X-CC, made from chrome copper with ion plating for $2,650. And finally, the flagship model is the Piano Forte X-G, with chrome copper bodies coated with gold. For this model price isn’t known, but is assumed to be pretty immense.
In Japan, Final Audio Design plans to start selling the 16Ω/108dB earphones within this month.