MartinLogan Mikros 70 Reference In-Ear Headphones | £149.00 | www.martinlogan.com
headphones are like people, they are not born or created equal and hence we have the fit (rugged), the weak (standard), the poor (affordable), the rich (insanely expensive) etc, etc that made up the world as we know it. speaking of ‘not born equal’, there are some who have extraordinary sense of hearing and have an auditory range that could differentiate between the good and bad sound. for these folks, a pair of working earbuds are never enough and that’s probably why MartinLogan decided to offer up the Mikros 70 Reference In-Ear Headphones so that discerning audiophiles could experience the MartinLogan listening room even when on the go. constructed from black anodized solid aluminum and sealed with metallic hyperblack end caps for ambient noise isolation, the Mikros 70 features 6.6mm dynamic drivers, a 90-degree gold-plated audio jack, tangle-reducing cable slider, a black rubberized cord for dampening and isolation of noise often transmitted through contact and movement of the cable, and an inline remote with built-in omnidirectional microphone for music control, as well as taking of calls. along with each set of these reference-grade buds is a variety of ear tips, including three sizes of bulb tips and two sizes of flange-type tips, and a carrying pouch for keeping your earphones safe while in transit. the MartinLogan Mikros 70 Reference In-Ear Headphones is available now with a price tag of £149 a pair or about US$236.