The prevailing headphone design uses drivers to create biphonic sound fields in the head ( internal sound localization). Asia Optical used an acoustic method to resolve the internal sound localization and successfully developed a ground-breaking headphone that can accurately reproduce the sound fields and spatial information of sound sources.
With the acoustic technology, CROSSZONE CZ-10 is mounted with two driver units for main sound sources (to display high-/low-frequencies) and the other one driver to naturally reproduce the external localization and sound fields without limitation by sound sources.
Natural Sound Quality & Balance
CROSSZONE CZ-10 has two driver units for main sound sources and the other driver unit for reverse-channel sound sources. Copper rings are mounted on the both sides of earphones to enhance the structure strength and reduce unnecessary vibration, thereby realizing the nature and pure acoustic display from low to high frequencies.
The structure of the prevailing headphone design would cause different level of lateral pressure on listeners due to their head size. To ensure every listeners’ best-user experience, CROSSZONE CZ-10 equips torsion springs within the earphone hinges, which allows listeners to comfortably enjoy music for a longer period of time without fatigue.