Successfully funded on Kickstarter, Trinity Audio Headphones Now Available

Everyone wants good headphones. I don’t know anyone who hates going to Best Buy with a receipt and a broken pair of buds, but we’ve all been there at least once. But why don’t you stop and get yourself a pair that will not only last, but are worth the money that you spend on them?

Well if you’re tired of spending money and want a good pair, you should know that Trinity Audio, a leading provider in premiere audio devices officially announced three new, in ear headphone models that are simply gorgeous. Each of them featuring a copper braided cable so you won’t have to worry about them fraying and shorting out on you, because that’s the worst.

The three options are the Hyperion, Techne, and Deltas. The Hyperion are the smaller, lightweight of the three, weighing 5 ounces. With a gold-plated 3.5 mm jack and a 1.2 meter length cable, these will set you back $45.

Successfully funded on Kickstarter, Trinity Audio Headphones Now Available

The Techne is the mid-tier of the three, for those aspiring audiophiles, that incorporate 8 mm neodymium drivers, three tuning filters, which allow you to switch between bass, balanced, and high sound options. Nearly identical to the Hyperion, the Techne’s main focus are listening variety.

Successfully funded on Kickstarter, Trinity Audio Headphones Now Available

Finally there’s the Deltas. Retailing at $134, the 8mm drivers and single balanced armatures give off the most detailed and accurate listening experience through its frequency response of 19-21000 Hz, for those of you who could not care less about numbers, just think of it like this.. these are the headphones you’d go for if you want the most PREMIUM sound.

Successfully funded on Kickstarter, Trinity Audio Headphones Now Available

From the naked eye, you’d probably think to yourself, these headphones all are the same, down to the cord length and the gold-plated jacks. But to the contrary, Trinity isn’t a company that’s going for having 1000 different looks, instead going for the sound quality. So if you’re a fan of good audio without needing any massive branding, these should be a brand that you look into.

All three brands are now available at Trinity Audio Engineering

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Greg Alston
Diehard Apple fanboy, and lover of all things tech. Born and raised in Washington, DC, Greg enjoys spending time with his girlfriend, family and friends, live sporting events, good bourbon, Tetris, and pizza. In that order.