AUDIOFLY HEADPHONES IEM MK2 RANGE LANDS IN UNITED STATES
Australian headphone brand, Audiofly will land once again in the US market with the launch of its new Pro range of MK2 In-Ear Monitors.
Shown for the first time at the upcoming NAMM trade show from January 24-27 at the Anaheim Convention Centre, the show attracts more than 150,000 attendees across the four days.
Already proving popular with musicians and music industry professionals, the company's second generation of IEMs and custom IEMs has been highly anticipated.
Five new products in the MK2 range comprise AF120 MK2 ($199.99), AF140 MK2 ($299.99), AF160 MK2 ($399.99), AF180 MK2 ($499.99) and AF1120 MK2 ($699.99). All new releases are said to feature the “signature soundstage, impressive clarity and superb ergonomics of the MK 1, but sees upgraded features, updated designs, new colourways and refreshed packaging.”
The AF120 MK2 and AF140 MK2 feature removable cables, while the metal moulding bar has been removed to provide full strain relief like the higher-end models. To improve usability, the MK2 IEMs also now feature universal MMCX connectors, making them compatible with third-party cables.
Ian Seaman, International Sales Manager for Audiofly, told StereoNET:
Having already established a presence in other major markets and receiving an overwhelmingly positive response on our range when we previewed it at Summer NAMM last year, it’s an exciting time for Audiofly as we continue to expand our footprint globally,
We’re appreciative of the loyal community of musicians, audiophiles and everyday music lovers who have supported Audiofly in North America in the past and with our refreshed designs and internal upgrades, we’re excited to reconnect with the launch of MK2 IEM range.
For more information visit Audiofly.
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