We reinvented the planar magnetic model driver with AFDS
With the development of the new AFDS (Air Film Damping System), we have achieved sound quality that has both the sensitive high ranges of planar magnetic models and the volume and open feel bass tones of dynamic models. This is a product that will have you making new discoveries from music you're used to listening to, and will have you wanting to listen to your favorite music over and over, reaffirming the pleasure that audio products bring.
Newly-developed AFDS: Air Film Damping System
With conventional planar magnetic models, amplitude was an increasing low range, and the diaphragm came into contact with magnets. To solve this problem, we took measurements by conducting diaphragm simulations using the finite element method and laser Doppler devices numerous times, and established new diaphragm braking technology known as AFDS - Air Film Damping System.
In doing so, the shortcoming of planar magnetic models - the low reproducibility of bass tones - was solved. This technology could be considered a reinvention of planar magnetic models. With D8000, the problem with the diaphragm coming into contact with magnets has been solved through AFDS (Air Film Damping System), and it has become possible to reduce the frequency of the bass tones that the driver unit can reproduce. Combined with breathable earpads, bass tone reproduction with a volume and open sound only achievable with superior dynamic models is possible.
- Volume and open feel bass tones
- Subtle high frequencies
- Newly-developed AFDS: Air Film Damping System
- Headphone stand
- Detachable cable (1.5m/3.5mmφ plug)
- Detachable cable (3m/6.3mmφ plug)
- Housing: Aluminum magnesium alloy
- Driver: AFDS Planer Magnetic
- Cable: OFC cable
- SensitivityL: 98dB/mW
- Impedance: 60Ω
- Weight: 523g
- Cord length: 1.5ｍ/3m
WARNING: California Residents - Proposition 65. This product can expose you to chemicals known to the State of California to cause cancer and birth defects or other reproductive harm. For more information, go to www.P65Warnings.ca.gov