Ultimate Ears has been making high-end earphones for consumers and professional musicians for years now. The company was bought by Logitech and continues to make new and innovative music products. Today Ultimate Ears has announced a new professional in-ear monitor that sports six speakers.
The custom monitors are called the Ultimate Ears 18 Pro Custom monitors. They are the first six-speaker design from the company and promise to deliver the ultimate in sound and clarity. Ultimate Ears claims that 75% of the touring bands and artists in the world use its monitors.
Each of the drivers in the new headphones are individually tuned for distortion free sound. The design has four-way crossovers with acoustic and electrical tuning and patent-pending triple sound channels. The monitors will start shipping in February for $1350 not counting the cost of having an audiologist make ear impressions. For another $50, an ambient noise feature can be added.
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