Meizu launched today its latest headphones - the HD50. With an over-the-ear design, they pack metal casing and leatherette padding on the inside. The weight of the HD50 is 228 grams, so they shouldn't feel too heavy.
The company makes a big deal of the HD50's ultra-fine bio-fiber diaphragm, which boasts a distortion of less than 0.5%. Meizu packs the HD50 headphones with a removable 1.2m cable, a duo of adapters and a pouch.
Meizu claims a frequency range of 20-20000 Hz, sensitivity of 103 ± 3 dB and an impedance of 32 ohms.
All this goodness costs just $62 (CNY 399) and will available for purchase starting November 11.
Just search for the announcement dates of Meizu and B&O and say again, who is the thief. B&O is just a marketing brand, they don't even have their own research & development capacities.
Someone has been looking very closely at B&O H7 & H8 when the designed this.
@63$ take my money