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LAS VEGAS — Audiofly is building on its 2012 success by launching three new earphone models during International CES, held here this week.
The AF140 features dual balanced armature drivers, two removable cables and a variety of ear tips. The cables are Audioflex Cordura cable with twisted core for electromagnetic interference resistance, Audiofly said.
A carry case is included for a target retail range of $299 to $349. There is also a Clear-Talk microphone model that is equipped with a certified Apple MFI cable.
The AF160 has triple balanced armature drivers. It too comes with two removable cables and a variety of ear tips that include Comply, single- and tri-flange. The AF160 Clear-Talk microphone-equipped model is equipped with a removable certified Apple MFI cable.
The target suggested retail for the AF160 is $399 to $449.
Finally, the AF120 in-ear monitor has a balanced armature, 9mm dynamic driver and passive crossover circuitry for better separation, according to the company. Features include “Tailored Fit” ear tips and detachable cables. Target suggested retail is $249 to $299.
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