This unique product in its design represents for us simply the best value for money of the high-end headphones market.
During the development of the ERGO helmet, man and especially the anatomical structure and acoustic functions of the ear, were amply considered. Its form, truly unconventional, is a purely functional and natural solution. Several years of scientific research are at the origin of the drawing, with the following arguments:
- TheThe weight of the helmet is distributed over the less sensitive areas of the head, the layer of foam allowing the skin to "breath".
- Thelarge-area transducer panels are placed in front of the ear flaps, with the correct scattering angle, so as to transmit the sound under optimal conditions.
- CThis arrangement allows free air access from the bottom, so that the auricle can not overheat.
Traditional headphones eliminate the natural function of the auricle. The sound is "injected" directly by a small transducer, almost in the ear canal. The important information of the second acoustic track is practically annuEEA. The natural heat exchange function of the auricle is obstructed by the fact that the ear is crushed against the head, or is completely wrapped.
ecoute at high level, usually practiced with traditional helmets is probably due to the absence of the second sound track.
The soundthe ERGO headphones are distinctly different from other headphones.
The reproduction is clear, clear and perfectly natural ...
The ERGO 2 is also equipped with two superior dynamic transducers with a softer membrane. The ERGO 2 gives a linear, intense, clear and colorless reproduction. Its sound quality comes close to the electrostatic headphones.
"InHigh-end helmet material, there was Stax, and there was Jecklin Float.
Jecklin Float was to the helmets what the electrostatic panels were in the enclosures, with one thing that the other helmets did not give: the impression that the sound comes from elsewhere, and gives a kind of transparency, space which exceeds the size of the helmet.
The famous Jecklin Float comes back through the Ergo, and it is with this headset that you will understand what I mean when I say that no speaker in the world can achieve the quality of a great helmet.
For the price of an Ergo, you will flirt with the limits of Hi-fi, you will taste the thrills of the ultra high fidelityé, and you will discover a sound reproduction that you will never hear with speakers. At home, or in a Hi-fi room, or at the most delusional amateur. ''
Jean Patrick Grumberg
- Technology: large dynamic transducer
- Frequency response: 30 Hz - 20 kHz
- Sound Pressure: 94 dB
- Harmonic distortion: <0.5%
- Cable length: +/- 2.8 m
- Weight: 385 g
- 6.35 mm jack connector
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