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JH Audio

JH Audio JH16v2 Custom In-Ear Monitor

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  • Time to get loud. The JH16v2 is in the ears of nearly every famous touring Rock & Roll band on the planet (and also some Soft Rockers, too). Our 10 driver configuration brings clarity to the broadest range of sounds, so you’ll hear the crash of the cymbal all the way down to the crunch of the bass at full volume with zero distortion.

    Like all JH Audio custom in ear monitors, the JH16v2 offers -26dB of isolation eliminating stage volume and ambient noise – critical for performing musicians and audiophiles alike. This extreme ability to block outside sounds enhances the listening experience and allows lower listening levels reducing the potential for hearing damage.

    Each JH16v2 is a unique hand-built creation based on custom ear molds made just for your ears.

    U.S. Patent No. 8,897,463.

    Freqphase U.S. Patent No. 8,925,674

    - Proprietary Precision-Balanced Armatures
    - 10 Driver configuration, powered by SoundrIVe technology: Quad low, dual mid, quad high
    - Triple Bore with FreqPhase Steel Tube Waveguide
    - All New Premium 4-Pin Litz Wire Cable with Machined Aluminum Locking Collar. High Purity OFC 4N Silver-Plated Cable will not oxidize
    - Patent Pending Variable bass output, adjustable from cable; user controlled low frequency drivers with the adjustable bass (0 to +10db). Reimagined Variable Bass Attenuator design is 43% smaller than 1st Generation 4-Pin Cable.
    - Input Connector: 1/8” (3.5mm), Gold-Plated
    - Integrated 3-Way Crossover

  • Frequency Response: 10Hz to 23kHz
    Input Sensitivity: 118dB @ 1mW
    Impedance: 18 Ohms
    Noise isolation 26db

  • A personalized Jerry Harvey Signature IEM case
    Wax Tool
    Comply Wrap sample
    JH Angie Pro
    2-Pin Cable 

  • Lab Work: around 20 working days
    Shipping: around 7 working days