Kinera has released a new isodynamic (planar) Pandamon in-ear headphones, equipped with a driver with increased sensitivity.
The model uses a low-current isodynamic driver Kinera SPDTM 2.0, which has the thinnest square-shaped diaphragm measuring 10 x 10 mm, as well as a new magnetic system, which increased sensitivity by 3 dB. The cases are 3D printed from epoxy resin, with a stylized image of a toothy demonic panda on the outer metal panel.
The kit includes two sets of silicone ear tips and a detachable oxygen-free copper cable with a 3.5 mm mini-jack. The weight of each earpiece is 5.4 grams. The declared sensitivity of the model is 108 dB, the impedance is 9 ohms.
The Kinera Pandamon in-ear planar headphones are priced starting at $59.