If you haven’t heard of A-Audio Headphones, it’s time to start paying attention. Today, the company announced their Legacy Series headphones have been awarded a “CE Week 2014 Best in Show” award. A-Audio will use the event running from June 24-26 in New York City to debut their EliteHD audio enhanced line of wired and wireless ANC Legacy over-the-ear headphones, Lyric wired on-the-ear headphones, and EliteHD earphones.
The A-Audio Legacy Series is aimed at music lovers who don’t want to choose between a headphone with a great sound or a great look. Derived from the classic lines of Italian and Swiss design, Legacy Series headphones are handcrafted with 24K gold plated connectors, anti-vibration aluminum, and memory foam earcups to ensure a great fit and total comfort.
In both wired and wireless models, Active Noise Cancelling (ANC) provides a truly private listening experience that samples the ambient noise around the listener and inverts its phase, leaving only the music in their ears. A-Audio Legacy Headphones feature a unique Three-Stage Technology, allowing the listener to personalize their music at the touch of a button. Controls ingeniously integrated into the outside of the earcup, or alternately on the included four-foot-long cable with both 3.5-mm connectors and a 6.3-mm adaptor, allow listeners to adjust volume and play or pause the music, as well as answer and terminate phone calls on their iPhone® mobile phone and other iOS® devices. The Legacy’s Bass Setting smoothly but assertively boosts the music’s low frequencies, so that even at low volumes you can feel the beat. Unlike most traditional headphones, the A-Audio wireless Legacy headphones will continue to work after the battery dies.
The Legacy Over-Ear Headphone series comes in wired ($299.00 MSRP) and wireless ($379.00 MSRP) options, with both models available in Liquid Chrome and Phantom Black. Legacy wired models are available now, while the wireless models will roll out in August, 2014.
In addition, the new Lyric on-the-ear series ($199.00 MSRP) will be available in mid-to-late July, whereas the EliteHD Earphones ($99.00 MSRP) are available now.