Get a Free Fiio X5 Smart High-Resolution Player with Purchase of Focal Elear Headphones. This bundle brings a Wide-Range Speaker, DSD, Stellar Transparency, and Audiophile-Grade Music to Your Ears
Take advantage of a tremendous offer, on-the-go convenience, and cutting-edge trickle-down technology, all while experiencing personal listening in reference-caliber quality with a bundle that includes the Focal Elear headphones and a free Fiio X5 smart high-resolution music player. Accessing DSD, PCM, and a full suite of connectivity, options, and versatility has never been easier or available in a better deal.
Featuring numerous innovations and technologies from Focal’s flagship Utopia model, the open-back circum-aural Elear touts the world’s first wide-range loudspeaker built into a pair of headphones. The 1.75-inch aluminum-magnesium speaker boasts Focal’s brand-new, patent-pending M-shape dome developed for Utopia and affords tremendous, distortion-free sonic reproduction distinguished by stellar transparency, tremendous sound staging, hyper-nuanced details, and spectacular balances. The engineering breakthrough also permitted Focal to avoid implementing a crossover or passive filtering, netting a frequency response of 5Hz to 23kHz. Elear practically disappears from view and lets you become one with the music.
Elear further benefits from the intensive R&D done for Utopia. With regards to mechanical design, the rotation traditionally included on the yoke is moved into the headband to ensure the total purity of the design. Equally significant, the microfiber fabric used on the nearly 1-inch-thick memory-foam ear cushions offer luxurious comfort for all head shapes and sizes, a quality that is mandatory for long listening sessions. A 13.1-foot OFC-shielded low-impedance balanced cable, .25-inch Neutrik connector, two 3.5mm jacks, and a magnet-locking carrying case all come standard. We can’t believe you can get this close to Focal’s standard-bearing $4k Utopia headphones for a quarter of the price, but you really can. 100% Music Direct Guaranteed. (Please note: Exclusively intended for low-noise environments and serious listening, Elear is not designed to plug directly into smartphones. Portable use of Elear requires the use of a DAC and headphone amplifier.)
Fueled by a Quad-core RK3188 processor, two cutting-edge 32-bit AKM AK4490EN DACs?one for each channel?and two separate crystal oscillators (one for up to DSD128 and the other for up to 32-bit/768kHz PCM, the Fiio X5 high-resolution player reproduces music with involving dynamics, stellar accuracy, and distortion-free purity. You can use it as a transport that outputs digital signals to an external USB DAC, connect a cable to it so it serves as an in-vehicle music system for cars, and place it in a Fiio dock for standalone functionality. A pair of two dual-channel OPA1642 chips for the low-pass filtering stage and an audiophile-caliber OPA426 chip for amplification means X5 can drive almost any headphones you want. Speaking of the latter, dual headphone outputs, one single-ended and one balanced, cover the bases for both types. X5 also touts another ?pair? in the form of two operating modes, Pure Music and Android. The former shuts down everything save for the main music player for optimal performance. Android mode translates into more versatility with third-party apps.
Plus, there?s more, a lot more. A 3.8-volt battery that provides more than 10 hours of playing time, rapid-charging mode that takes just 1.5 hours to hit the 100% mark, 1GB of RAM, 32GB of built-in storage, up to 512GB of expanded micro SD storage, and a 3.97-inch color touchscreen all come standard on a device capable of carrying up to a mind-boggling 130,000 songs. Wireless connectivity via 2.4GHz wi-fi, aptX Bluetooth, and DLNA support let you play what you want when you want, no matter where you?re located. A recessed side-facing volume knob, highly stylized appearance, OTA firmware updates, and intuitive user interface with customizable library management further place X5 on a pedestal few, if any, models in its price class approach.