Audiofly, maker of audiophile-grade in-ear monitors and headphones, announces the company’s first ever over-ear headphone, AF240. First unveiled at the CES 2015 earlier this year, the AF240 is finally available now for $249.99. A $250 sticker is by no means cheap, but then again, this ain’t your regular audio cans. It features 40mm single membrane neodymium drivers offering a frequency response of between 20-20kHz and an impedance of 16 Ohms to deliver what the outfit dub as “honest sound.” And equally important, at least to us, it is one heck of a looker too. It boasts a sleek, minimal, low-profile design and has a polycarbonate body and alloy arms that strikes a balance between durability and lightweight.

Audiofly AF240 Over-ear Headphone

Other key features include proprietary Audioflex braided cable with Cordura fabric outer sheath, noise isolating memory foam that can cut out up to 20dB of external noise, self-adjusting fitment for the perfect fit every time, and last but not least, an in-line microphone and control button for taking calls and music control. Each pair of Audiofly AF240 Over-ear Headphone comes with a wax canvas carry pouch with soft microfiber lining to keep the cans scratch-free as you lug it around. Keep going to catch a few more product views.

Audiofly AF240 Over-ear Headphone

Audiofly AF240 Over-ear Headphone

Audiofly AF240 Over-ear Headphone

Audiofly AF240 Over-ear Headphone

Audiofly AF240 Over-ear Headphone

Published by Mike chua

Avid tech enthusiast, gadget lover, marketing critic and most importantly, love to reason and talk.