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When MrSpeakers discontinued their Alpha and Mad Dog headphones, They promised to deliver a variety of headphones to meet many needs and budgets. Their first efforts, ETHER and ETHER Flow headphones collectively won more than 20 awards for performance and design.
Their second in-house designed headphone, AEON open packs all the technology of ETHER Flow headphones into a compact, comfortable and cost-effective design, delivering the best of ETHER Flow sound quality at a dramatically more affordable price point.
VOCE is a headphone which has been designed to deliver uncompromising electrostatic resolution and clarity with bass output that extends deep into the subsonic. The MrSpeakers Voce is very light and comfortable, with an extremely large soundstage and a neutral voicing VOCE is our most accurate headphone.
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VOCE is designed and built in San Diego, CA and comes with the following innovative features:
In the spirit of avoiding waste and making packaging functional, our attractive shipping box is actually a hardwood headphone stand and case which serves as a stylish and functional way to store a VOCE (or any) headphone.
Box features include:
First, if you are new to electrostatic headphones it's essential to understand that they require dedicated electrostatic energizers or amplifiers. Energizers are typically more cost effective, while dedicated amplifiers deliver a higher level of performance.
Energizers are available from Trilogy Audio (UK), iFi, and Stax.
Second, it is not uncommon for electrostatic headphones to make a "ripping" or "zipping" sound when the diaphragm contacts the stator (this is sometimes called a "stat fart," or something similar). This typically occurs when putting the headphone on, or taking it off, or if you press on the headphone cup while listening. This is considered normal behavior and is not indicative of a problem with the headphone, unless the diaphragm doesn't release (which causes audible distortion).
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