Listening event held at e☆Earphone Akihabara store

A listening event for the unprecedented wireless earphones "EARMIND" to enjoy music, art, and culture will be held at the "e☆Earphone" Akihabara store on October 7th (Sat) and 8th (Sun). With a lineup of various earphones and headphones from major brands to deep core manufacturers, e☆Earphones attracts many audio enthusiasts. At the event, you can enjoy earphones from EARMIND, which has many fans, including sound creators and music artists, for their high sound quality and artistic visuals.

EARMIND's "Sound art piece" earphones allow you to enjoy real art pieces created by artists and craftsmen using wireless earphones as a canvas. The art pieces make full use of traditional craft techniques and handiwork, and are created one by one by young artists and craftsmen.

Isn't it just stylish? Is the sound quality of the earphones okay? You might think that, but you can't overlook the sound quality that will impress many people who actually listen to it. Equipped with a 6.5mm dynamic driver that allows the bass to resonate while also delivering high-pitched tones, clearly and honestly expressing the music artist's world view, and making the most of the original sound creation of the song. The Qualcomm QCC3040 chip supports advanced codecs such as AAC and SBC as well as aptX and aptX adaptive, achieving low latency and high sound quality equivalent to high resolution.

In order to experience the appeal of EARMIND, we will be holding a listening event at the main building of ``e☆Earphone'' Akihabara store, Tokyo's premier earphone and headphone specialty store where audio enthusiasts gather.

e☆Earphone EARMIND introduction page:

【free entrance

[Date] October 7th (Sat) and 8th (Sun), 2023

[Time] 12:00-18:00

[Venue] e☆Earphone Akihabara store main building 1st floor elevator hall

Shinto Building, 4-7-1 Sotokanda, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo 101-0021

5 minutes walk from the Denkigai exit of Akihabara Station on each JR line

0 minute walk from exit 1 of Suehirocho Station on the Tokyo Metro Ginza Line

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