Published on June 15th,2010 at 2:14 PM
By >Akihabara News Team

HA-FX25 Series: New in-ear Earphones from Victor-JVC

Victor-JVC FX25-A

Victor-JVC Japan introduced new in-ear type earphones for the Japanese market with the HA-FX25 series that should provides a better insulating properties thanks to double structure housing.

Available in eight different colors at around 2000 Yens, this news series features 8.5mm drivers unit, and provides a sensitivity of 102dB/mW, an impedance of 16Ω, and a frequency response of 10Hz – 23 000Hz.
It comes with four sizes of earbuds (XS / S / M / L) and will be available at the beginning of July.

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HA-FX25 Series: New in-ear Earphones from Victor-JVC
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