Shozy Zero IEM (In Ear Monitor)

Shozy Zero IEM (In Ear Monitor)

Regular price $55.00 Sale

SHOZY Zero Dynamic Driver HiFi  High Fidelity Quality In-ear Earphone


You will find Zero to sound its best after burn-in of 50+ hours.

Description


The SHOZY Zero features a full range dynamic driver, real red sandalwood chambers & accents and a high quality OFC cable. SHOZY Zero really delivers with a soundstage of good depth and width, great clarity, wide frequency response and superb bass quality. 

The earphone front shell is  precisely machined by lathe and CNC. A cylinder chamber is used in the design for good acoustics. The notch on the earphone nozzle is our tuning technology and allows for improved bass response. SHOZY Zero in-ear monitors use a simple in-ear design to maximize comfort and minimize fatigue. 

The Imported speaker driver features high-sensitivity and low impedance and while a cell phone can easily drive them, if used with a Cozoy DAC/AMP (TAKT) or high-end DAP, the sound quality increases dramatically and the Zero becomes a true performer, far beyond what its price would suggest!

The SHOZY Zero possesses unique modern earphone elements, which combined with classical real wood craftsmanship, make it a rare in-ear earphone that not only sounds phenomenal, but looks the part as well.


Specification
Sensitivity(at 1Khz) :94db
Frequency response :20hz-18khz
Input connector :3.5mm/1/8 inch gold-plated stereo TRS plug


Package
SHOZY Zero earphone
Carrying bag
3 pairs of silicone eartips
User Manual

Guidelines for using the product
Do NOT pull the cable/cord when detaching the unit from a listening device
Do NOT twist the cable/cord on the earphones
Do Not expose the earphones to overly humid surroundings or liquid.
Do Not expose the earphones to excessively high temperatures                              DO stick them in your ears and enjoy!!!

Clean the earpieces and cable occasionally for better hygiene and durability over time.

 

*Playing at too high of a Vol. level may lead to permanent hearing loss.
Suggested by the National Institute on Deafness and Other Communication Disorders (NIDCD) (USA), over exposure to high vol level may cause tinnitus, a temporary hearing loss that disappears 16 to 48 hours later and/or can lead to long term hearing loss. Please be aware that sound pressure above 85 decibels are not recommended. Protect the ears of children who are too young to protect their own.