EAR Micro and Klipsch Audio launch custom T10 ear computers

Where high-lux and hi-fi meet

EAR Micro and Klipsch Audio have announced the launch of their bespoke T10 ear computers. The new devices are about a third the size of traditional wireless headphones, but feature more advanced computing technology. True to their name, the headphones combine luxury materials, craftsmanship and cutting-edge hi-fi sound. Their stunning looks don’t sacrifice sound quality, as they deliver 96kHz/24-bit audio resolution through super high-quality Class-D amplifiers.

“The T10 bespoke ear computers are the ultimate luxury statement. Affluent consumers have always been able to collect quality automobiles, yachts and aircraft, while sporting high fashion, quality eyewear, jewelry precious earbuds and other custom accessories,” says Patsy Nigh, co-founder of EAR Micro. technology and the best style and craftsmanship in the world.”

Paul Jacobs, President and CEO of Klipsch Audio added, “We have worked with EAR Micro for four years to bring the custom-designed T10 ear computers to life. Together, we’ve leveraged everything Klipsch has learned over its 75+ year history of building the world’s best speakers and headphones to ensure the T10 bespoke ear computers set a whole new precedent for which is possible with miniaturized wireless audio. We are proud of the result. The bespoke T10 ear computers are unlike anything the world has ever seen or heard before – capable of delivering the power, detail and emotion of the live musical experience in your head, yet so small that you or someone else you’ll barely notice I’m wearing them. Plus, they’re so comfortable they can be worn all day and have battery life to match.

T10 Bespoke ear computers are individually designed for each person, then made to order in the USA from renewable and sustainable materials such as precious metal and precision ceramic zirconia. Customers are encouraged to match their personal style and aesthetic preferences by choosing from thousands of possible color and material combinations, which are easily viewed using the unique T10 Bespoke online configurator. Ms. Nigh points out: “Unlike other products made from cheap plastic, only used for a year or two and then tossed aside, we have created a luxury portable audio system that can provide enjoyment for a lifetime. We’ve designed a patent-pending chassis architecture that allows T10 custom-designed headsets to be repaired, renewed and upgraded endlessly. Everything is meticulously assembled using the exact same techniques you would find in a fine Swiss watch.

By accomplishing all of this in the United States, EAR Micro and Klipsch hope luxury consumers will take pride in helping create high-skilled, sustainable, high-tech jobs that are good for the U.S. economy and translate into products fully durable audio that are the envy of the world.

Custom T10 ear computers are available now. To customize and purchase, visit www.t10bespoke.comor email [email protected]. Prices typically range between $2,500 and $5,000, with precious or semi-precious stones, lapidary and handcrafted customization upon request.

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