This is GAudiolabs take on a reference type of tuning, for professional mixing and mastering or for the most demanding audiophiles.
The sound consists of extended, linear, and detailed bass, with slightly elevated mids to the treble region for better articulation, separation, and detailing.
The result is an earphone that is transparent and accurate to the original master and works remarkably well as a high-level all-rounder or a precise studio tool.
Where does the name "Nair" come from? Height: 3,056 m above sea level. Name: From the Romanesque 'Black Summit'. Mountains are able to evoke emotions, to awaken something innate in us; they are able to separate us from everyday life, let us lose the concept of time, and let us enjoy the feeling of lightness and freedom. These are the same emotions that people want to convey when listening to music through Gaudio products.
Materials: The choice of high-quality materials is one of the pillars of Gaudio's philosophy. Acrylic inserts with the printed Gaudio logo as a proud symbol of quality and unmistakable. Stable housing made of aluminum, perfect because of its light and solid mechanical properties. Natural color anodizing to perfect both the durability and aesthetics of the earphones.
Made in Switzerland "Our commitment to quality, performance, precision, the use of high-quality materials, and excellent workmanship. All of this is summarized in the following words: SWISS MADE. And we are proud of it." / Gaudiolabs
Technical details: Driver: 3x BA (Low / Mid / High) with 2 crossovers Impedance: 26 ohms Connections on the handset: 2-pin Cable: Pure OCC SPC stranded cable Weight: approx.26g (including cable)
GAudio NAIR drivers x 1 2-pin cable with 3.5mm connection (unbalanced) - approx.1.2m x 1 2x5 silicone plugs (Final Audio Type E) x 1 Cleaning tool x 1 Transport case x 1 Documentation x 1