Morph uses a single full-range Balanced Armature (BA) driver. BAs are more expensive, but much more compact size-wise, than Dynamic drivers. They are often used for pro-grade IEMs, and reproduce very accurate high quality sound. This type of driver doesn’t need an ‘air vent’ unlike dynamic drivers, so provides better isolation which in turns gives you a more detailed sound. But BAs may have weak bass if not tuned properly, and some earphones attempt to compensate for that by adding a Dynamic driver to handle bass (like a hybrid petrol/electric car). But that negates the benefit of having more detailed sound because adding a Dynamic driver requires the addition of an air vent. Morph on the other hand, features a unique driver tuning and internal cavity design that delivers an optimal full-range response: including both bass and high frequencies, all without the need for an air vent, for maximum detail
3D Printed Tubeless Architecture for close to Perfect Sound Reproduction. The base module is 3d printed as a single solid internal piece having no removable fixtures, to ensure the earphone cavity maintains acoustic properties with close to zero variation. Our unique tubeless design leading from the audio driver to the output eliminates sound-altering sources of resonance within the earphone, giving rise to optimal reproduction of audio frequencies. Typical earphones or IEMs have a rubber tube that leads from the drivers, to the outlet that leads the sound into the ears. When the driver produces sound, this tube will naturally have certain resonance frequencies, which affects the sound as it passes through.
Bluetooth 4.0 aptX Neckband, and Optional Pure-Silver Coated Pro Cable. Morph earphones use an industry standard 2-pin connector to the removable Bluetooth 4.0 aptX neckband. If you want a wired connection for gaming on the go, disconnect the Bluetooth neckband and swap to an optional pro silver-plated wire anytime you desire.
The professional grade silver-plated braided 4-core cable minimizes resistance for premium audio quality, while providing for increased tensile strength and durability of the cable.