Audiofly Headphones Spreads Wings in Hong Kong
Australian headphone brand, Audiofly, showcased its AF140 MK2, the AF180 MK2 and the AF1120 MK2 of the new Audiofly Pro range of MK2 In-Ear Monitors (IEMs) at the Hong Kong High-End Audio & Visual Show 2019 last week.
Organised by Audiotechnique, the High-End Audio & Visual Show is the largest exhibition of its kind in Hong Kong. It attracts over 130 exhibitors and more than 25,000 visitors, connecting the world's leading music and sound brands with industry professionals, media and audiophiles across Asia.
The Audiofly booth was met with great success, reporting over 2,000 visitors and listeners all leaving more than impressed by the sound and comfort of the IEM range.
Audiofly will be re-entering the Hong Kong market this year with Hong Kong-based distributor Power Living Limited.
Popular right now is Audiofly's Pro models, which includes - the triple hybrid drivers AF140 MK2, the quad balanced armature drivers AF180 MK2, and the six balanced armature drivers AF1120 MK2.
Both the AF180 MK2 and the AF1120 MK2 retains the signature soundstage, impressive clarity and superb ergonomics of the MK 1 that has already been recognised and celebrated, but sees upgraded features, updated designs, new colours and refreshed packaging.
The AF140 MK2 has undergone the most significant changes, including a completely new sound profile which has been voiced with professional stage performance in mind.
For more information about Audiofly in Hong Kong, please visit Power Living Limited.
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