AUDIOFLY AF100 MK2 IN-EAR MONITORS NOW AVAILABLE
Audiofly is unarguably Australia's biggest success story in headphones.
The Western Australia-based brand founded in 2012 now exports its headphones all over the world and is enjoyed by professional musicians and enthusiasts alike. Audiofly also recently featured on the television show The Voice with artists choosing Audiofly professional IEMs.
The release this week of its AF100 MK2 In-Ear Monitors (IEM) marks the expansion of Audiofly's Pro Line offering products for both musicians of all calibres as well as the most discerning head-fi enthusiasts.
Audiofly's AF100 MK2 features a single 9mm dual-diaphragm dynamic microdriver that is said to allow better separation and clarity across the full frequency range. Audiofly says this results in a “noticeably rich bottom end with complementary mids and highs.”
The acoustic housing of the AF100 MK2 follows the same ergonomic design used across Audiofly's Pro universal line of IEMs and used by industry-leading professionals. A fluid and organic shape combined with an angled soundport, ensure long-listening comfort, optimal noise isolation and a universal fit like no other.
With longevity and reliability in mind, the cabling features a double braided cable reinforced with an additional TPU wrap for improved durability and water resistance. Combined with extended over-ear strain relief, cable fastener and seven different sets of ear tips, the AF100 MK2 guarantees a more secured fit built for performance.
Stay tuned for our upcoming full review, or see and hear Audiofly at the 2019 StereoNET Melbourne Hi-FI Show - October 18-20, Pullman Hotel, Queens Road. Albert Park. Tickets on sale now.
- Driver type: 9mm dual-diaphragm dynamic microdriver
- Frequency range: 20Hz - 20kHz
- Sensitivity: 103dB at 1kHz
- Impedance: 16 Ohms
- Cable length: 1.2m / 47”
- Plug type: 3.5mm gold plated, right-angle format
- Water-resistance level: IPX-4
The Audiofly AF100 MK2 In-ear Monitors are available now and sell for $129 RRP.
For more information visit Audiofly.
StereoNET’s Founder and Publisher, born in UK and raised on British Hi-Fi before moving to Australia where he worked as an Engineer in both the audio and mechanical fields.