With Euclid, Audeze introduced the company’s first in-ears Audiophile headphones that work with planar drivers in a similar way to the large over-head headphones. The high-end Audeze headphones are primarily operated via cables, but an optional Bluetooth module also enables wireless music enjoyment, but the price is quite high.
The planar driver technology inside the earbuds is the same as in the manufacturer’s reference headphones, according to Audeze. The in-ears promise sound experiences without compromise. And as is usually the case with high-end headphones, Euclid primarily relies on cable operation. These are connected here via gold-plated MMCX connectors and can also be exchanged with little effort. The housing is made of milled aluminum, you can choose the eartips according to your preferences from three included variants.
18-millimeter planar drivers, Fluxor magnet arrays with Neodymium N50 magnets, and Fazor waveguides are in here, Euclid promises a maximum sound pressure of 120 dB with a distortion factor of less than 0.1%. The manufacturer also certifies the highest frequency and phase accuracy. The frequency response is given as 10 Hz to 50 kHz. The sensitivity of 110 dB / mW should also enable a comparatively high dynamic range. And while we are already dealing with a lot of technical data, the impedance of 12 ohms should also be mentioned.
Looks like the manufacturer hasn’t compromised on these Audiophile headphones. But now it is the case that many consumers also want to listen to music wirelessly. Audeze has also provided a suitable Bluetooth adapter as well as cable. However, no price is known for these accessories. But we can already name him for Euclid.
Audeze Euclid price and availability
Audeze Euclid is now available to purchase on Amazon.com and the price is $1,299. Sweet!!.
Last month, Focal has introduced new Clear MG Professional studio headphones, priced at $1,490 is aimed directly at sound engineers and producers.