The renowned Japanese firm Final has just launched the ZE2000some Exquisite True Wireless Earphones which have been designed according to the standard defined by their older brothers, the innovative ZE3000. Starting from the idea that helmets Truly True Wireless They are an audio component and therefore their priority should be musicalityIn the ZE2000, Final has chosen to abandon functionalities such as noise cancellation or ambient modes, considering that they are likely to affect the overall sound. Thus, the hardware of the new Final is inspired by that of the ZE3000 in terms of style, although its sound personality is different. In contrast to the sound and naturalness Unlike the ZE3000, which allows users to feel the subtleties and resonances contained in music, the ZE2000 places voices and instruments closer to the ears, thus offering a full enjoyment of each musical composition.
To achieve these exceptional features at an unbeatable price, Final has based itself on its recent work in the areas of acoustic engineering and psychoacoustic research, the result being a series of developments that make the ZE2000 unique in its category. Consequently, they have improved basic features of the transducer used and re-adjusted the sound quality using the acoustic space inside the headphones so that equalization can be dispensed with. By name “f-Core for Wireless” and conceived from scratch, the aforementioned transducer mounts a diaphragm made of a resin film entirely molded with the contour of the helmet, which combines lightness and rigidity. For its part, the contours surrounding the diaphragm are made of a special extremely flexible silicone that smoothes your movement and reduces distortion.
Another key element of the ZE2000 design is the “f-LINK damping mechanism”that optimizes pressure in the acoustic space that is inside the headphones so that it is equivalent to that of wired headphones without the need to add a port to connect them to the outside. Supplied as standard with five sizes of plugs, the ZE2000 can control yourself from a single button located on the headphones and include a auto sync function (which starts when the charging box lid is opened) and a “ear mode” which allows a single helmet to be used in monophonic mode. The ZE2000 supports the aptX Adaptive codecs (24-bit/48 kHz wireless transmission) and aptX, which guarantee high musicality without interruptions.