The AET07 range is designed for wide-range clarity, giving an immediately noticeable space extension to your IEMs. They are soft and comfortable to wear, and a top favourite amongst our customers. Available in multiple colours, sold as single pairs. If you would like more bass focus on your IEMs, you might want to consider the AET08.
The AET08 model is designed for emphasis on bass, marked "bass reverb" on the package. They are soft and comfortable to wear, and a top favourite amongst our customers. Available in multiple colours, sold as single pairs. If you would like your IEMs to open up in soundstage and clarity, you might want to consider the AET07.
Acoustune's got us now in a pickle. This new flagship in 2020 helms the Pentaconn campaign with new rumbling lows and everything worthy of a full Tolkien war scene.
Retaining the Acoustune signature sound, re-discover the definition of timbre, tone, accuracy and what it means to have full gratification without notes indecisively bleeding into one another.
We don't know how to choose, so we'll let you.
// Launched 28Jun2020 in Zepp alongside the HS1657Cu and HS1677Ss. The new Pentaconn-ear series is ready to face the Head-Fi competition, head-on. Click here for more engineered gems by Acoustune.
Stainless Steel full glamour – this is a Billie Jean or a Thriller. A feet-tapper in full disco glamour, or one to make Doves Cry. Sweet dreams aren't made of this, but let's just say this is Big in Japan and we really are in Dire Straits with Acoustune's new trio band.
For those heading towards Zepp for a listen, start the HS1657Cu and finish off with the new flagship, HS1697Ti. This time, they are all made equal and ready to impress.
// Launched 28Jun2020 in Zepp.
Propagated from the HS1650Cu, this is the dialogue and interplay if you had eavesdropped on the saxophone and trumpet. It unveils the full story of artists' emotions and where it has been to get here.
Most initial impressions speak of an instantly wider soundstage than its MMCX predecessor, with Pentaconn Ear's snug connection for more resilience against wear and tear over time. Needless to say, it passed the most difficult test of them all: The Goosebump Test, Audiophile 101.
For those heading towards Zepp for a listen, start with this, then the HS1677Ss, and finally the new flagship, HS1697Ti. This time, they are all made equal and ready to impress.
// Launched 28Jun2020 in Zepp.Click here for more engineered gems by Acoustune.
Can Acoustune have your attention please. RS1 boils everything back down to the capabilities of a single dynamic driver, stripped bare. Take away metal construction. Take away brass, stainless steel and titanium. Take away cost. Even the relative affordability of HS1300SS.
And you're left with raw Acoustune performance, a generous 9mm dynamic driver in a plastic shell, still generously built from Myrinx composite. RS1 is engineered for recording accuracy, its U-shape acting as a loudness contour for professionals – or a source of excitement for the newly-initiated.
Acoustune hallmarks, such as a sense of space, open highs and a cleanly rendered sub and mid-bass, show up at RS1's party, proof that this company is not one that distinguishes accurate and exciting musical reproduction on cost of ticket.
Tip roll to your heart's content with Final Audio's E-tips for greater voice presence, or see what else Acoustune have in store for you here and check out our other IEMs here.
Acoustune slid this entry ticket on the last day of 2020 under the door so silently, subtly. Clean, velvet vocals crooning into a dark background, this is the moment before the curtain raises and you step into the grandeur where audiophilia lights up the music. It's a single Myrinx 10mm driver with a stainless steel chamber housed in a blue or red shell with Pentaconn connectors, a solid entry piece proudly made in Japan. This is a real crowd-pleaser with impactful bass and a sparkly treble adding excitement to spacious and natural mids.
View Acoustune's other offerings here, or check out our other IEMs here.
/ Photography by ZeppCrew
Groundbreaking flagship model from Acoustune took Head-Fi up a notch, creating a different level of modularity by their new capsule design. With the HS2000MX ("笙 Sho") you can look forward to future releases, such as the limited edition ACT02 in brass.
// The Myrinx Composite Dynamic Driver
Acoustune fans are familiar with the Myrinx composite dynamic driver with the past launches. In this HS2000MX "笙 Sho", add a Japanese beryllium thin-film dome, a material that is hardly used due to the combination of availability, mass production and cost.
In addition to the smooth, linear reproduction and rich bass of the dynamic driver, the highly rigid metal dome suppresses resonance and delivers a tight, controlled bass, like a well-coordinated orchestra.
// Acoustune Capsule Technology (A.C.T.)
A key feature of the Acoustune range so far has been its modular construction, with the acoustic chamber and the mechanical housing completely separated. Now the modular construction has been further developed. By opening and closing the high-precision, rattle-free movable outer housing, the acoustic chamber can be replaced by the user, allowing for future options and upgrades.
// ARS100 cable for "total balance"
After much trial and error in terms of wire material, number of cores, and weaving method, we finally adopted the ARS100 series, which is equivalent to the standard product, considering the high level of perfection of the cable and the balance of the entire earphone. The ARS100 series is the same as the standard ARS100 series, but with a 16-core hybrid structure of silver-coated OFC wire and ultra-fine OFC wire, as well as NDICS Pentaconn Ear connectors. In addition to the high-precision metal parts, the colour of the earphone itself, indigo, is also used for the metal parts such as the connector, splitter and earphone jack to harmonise the entire aesthetic of the Sho.
Shielded silver-coated OFC cable by Acoustune is made available for separate purchase after their launch of HS1650Cu and HS1670Ss series. Again a hit with the audiophiles who loved the Acoustune house sound. Note: Cable can acquire a greenish tinge over time due to oxidisation, but it will not be sonically impaired.
Smallest fit in the Acoustune family, this pea-sized IEM sits nicely in most ears, and retains the rich tone Acoustune is known for. Acoustune does not count drivers, it focuses on implementation of that one dynamic driver, and stands as a firm testimonial against the driver count race. Dynamic, full mids are in play when you put these on. It's not shy, not brash. It is full gratification, the japanese way. A very protected family member by the Acoustune Fans. Check out the full range of Acoustune products here.
Shielded OFC cable that brings fullness in sound while tamping sibilance and noise. An interesting match with most IEMs that can get fatiguing to listen to. Read more about Acoustune's new Silver Plated Copper cable that comes with the HS1650Cu and HS1670Ss as stock cable, available for separate purchase.
MFi* (Made for iPhone) dongle-type Lightning connector DAC/AMP made for those who prefer the bitten apple over the green robot. Acoustune did not stop after the Apple certification, but also included 2.5, 3.5, 4.4mm adaptors all in the package. Audiophiles can focus on the search for the earphone to complete their collection, in whichever termination available.
Certified for Apple (MFi*) means your can update your iOS and the product will continue to work.
Extremely soft and comfortable eartips by Acoustune Japan, known to give an easy fit to the ears, and also wider sound and clarity.
Fits most Westones, Etymotic Research earphones. Testers are available in store. Bring your own earphones to ensure fit, as eartips are non-exchangeable nor refundable due to hygiene reasons. Testers are swabbed clean with disinfecting wipes after use.
// Each pack contains three pairs of eartips of the same size.