With a unique shape that can only be created using a 3D printer, a vast sound field never seen before is achieved.
When using an open-type large-bore dynamic driver unit, it was difficult to lengthen the range of both high and low frequencies, and the spread of the bandwidth was limited. With LAB2, using a mechanical equalizer shaped using a 3D printer has achieved a form previously not possible with manufacturing methods up until now, and we've improved high-frequency characteristics. The back has been made fully open; the sound conduit at the front suppresses interference from the front and back of the diaphragm, resulting in an improvement in low-frequency characteristics. With the mesh form on the outside of the housing, a very slight space between the auditory canal and the housing has been designed, and a natural sound field free from occlusion is realized. This special shape, the result of our pursuit of sound, was achieved using a 3D printer.
Housing: Created using a 3D printer, 64 titanium polished finish