Warwick Acoustics BRAVURA Silver and Black Edition Headphones Announced
Warwick Acoustics announces its latest headphones, the BRAVURA, taking its name from the Italian, meaning: “great technical skill and brilliance shown in a performance.”
BRAVURA is the latest headphones from Midlands-based award-winning premium electrostatic headphone system creators Warwick Acoustics.
Following the British company's Sonoma M1 and APERIO headphone systems, Warwick Acoustics tells us that it invested another three years of transducer development to further improve its core patented technologies.
The manufacturer says the latest evolution of the single-ended transducer uses a new stator design and more advanced materials resulting in ultra-low distortion, increased SPL (THD: 0.1% @ 1kHz / 100dB SPL), and wider bandwidth (frequency range 10Hz - 60kHz). In addition, each transducer is handmade and individually matched, promising remarkable listening experiences with unrivalled transparency and musicality.
The BRAVURA headphones, available in either Silver or a special Black Edition, have been designed to pair with the highly acclaimed Sonoma M1 Amplifier, which is also now available in a special Black Edition finish. The headphones feature injected magnesium ear-cups and handmade sheep hair ear cushions along with a hand-stitched lightweight headband. The BRAVURA weigh 403g without the bundled ultra-low capacitance, high-precision 2m cable.
The Warwick Acoustics BRAVURA headphones are available now for £1,700/ €1,750 (Silver) or £1,993/ €2,100 (Black Edition) or as a full system with the Silver Sonoma M1 amp £5,495/ €5,750 - add £500 if you want the Black Edition system.
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