Earphone Re-Cable NAOBI-LE
The NAOBI-LE earphone re-cable adopts the original wire material "NAOBI", which was newly developed to ensure maximum sound quality while pursuing ease of use in various applications such as commuting to work and school.
The new wire material "NAOBI" will be released for the first time in the earphone cable NAOBI-LE.
For the connector on the earphone side, we use only those that have passed our company's standards, including parts originally developed by our company.
For the plug, we adopted our original high-quality L-shaped plugs (4.4mm, 2.5mm, 3.5mm), which are used for the first time in YATONO-LE.
The sound quality has also been adjusted with high sound quality construction combining various materials, which is a feature of our cables.
It has a sufficient sense of density while retaining the typical Bliss Audio sound, and the reproducibility of delicate and detailed sound has the highest level of potential in our lineup of wire materials.
The NAOBI wire material uses the same Spiral77 structure as STR7. However, the smallest component of the wire is made of even finer wire.
The 4.4mm, 2.5mm, and 3.5mm plugs are original L-type terminals exclusively for LE grade, and have been developed with a review of materials in consideration of the sound quality to be achieved.
CNT (carbon nanotube) tuned for audio applications, jointly developed with a material manufacturer and a national research institute, is used.
The 2-pin, MMCX, and A2DC terminals are also original terminals, etc., with sound quality in mind.
In order to take advantage of the excellent characteristics of CNT, we have collaborated with national research institutes and
We have repeatedly conducted joint tests and comparative listening tests with national research institutes and cooperating material manufacturers in order to take advantage of the excellent characteristics of CNT.
We have developed the optimal material.
Typical properties of CNTs are
20 times stronger than steel, 10 times more thermally conductive than copper, and half the density of aluminum.
Superior shielding ability. Various other useful physical properties.
(Properties vary depending on whether CNTs are single-phase or multi-layered.)