What is “Graphene”?
Characteristics of Graphene
Graphene is a thinnest but also the hardest nano-flat film extracted from a mixture of carbon atoms.
Due to it carries stronger molecular chain than diamonds, it is said that Graphene is the most advanced material in the world in terms of hardness, tensile strength, electrical conductivity and thermal conductivity.
Effect on sound quality
According to the characteristics of Graphene, the following effects are expected:
‧Speed of sound transmission
Perform integrated profile with excellent reproducibility in the high frequency range.
‧Hardness that does not deform when vibrating
Suppress split vibration occurs during high speed vibration of diaphragm, greatly reducing the turbidity, distortion and attenuation of the sound.
‧Extreme light weight that allows the diaphragm to vibrate quickly
Graphene diaphragm exerts superior rapid response characteristics, enhances transient resolution and high frequency extension.
Newly developed Graphene driver unit
Adopted Graphene diaphragm with lightweight CCAW voice coil to effectively suppress the distortion and attenuation caused by the split vibration and reproduce a clear and solid sound.
Moreover, the sensitive graphene diaphragm shortens the response interval, enhances the transient, and extends the high-frequency to 70 kHz, which greatly exceeds the audible frequency band, revealing the delicate and delicate sound source.
Configure two bus-port to reproduce solid bass
2 bus port design configured to exert a strong and highly expandable bass.
Aluminum alloy + resin earphone housing
High-rigidity aluminum alloy with ABS resin effectively suppresses resonance and reproduces crisp, transparent sound.
Maxell’s own advanced acoustic technology
Only products with Maxell advanced acoustic technology are allowed to be crowned with this mark.
Inspired by the initial of Maxell and Music – “m”, The three vertical lines represent the past, present and future, and the horizontal line represent the “voice” of people connected to three different timelines.