Some people have a hard time finding good-fitting earbuds. It’s hard to shove those little pieces of plastic into your ear canal — and once you do, good luck keeping them there.
Yamaha wants to ease your pain, by creating the EPH-M200, a new pair of earphones with sound tubes that are made from beta-titanium material. That beta-titanium is actually flexible, allowing the earphones to conform to the shape of the listener’s ear canals. It’s comfortable and extremely personalized!
It also sounds super strong, but that beta-titanium material is really lightweight. Other features include new large-caliber dynamic drivers with ported housings and neodymium magnets.
If having that perfect fit isn’t as important to you, Yamaha has also introduced a more affordable model, the EPH-M100. This option has the same housing design and driver size as the EPH-M200, as well as special ear tips.
Both models come with a carrying case, a 0.25-inch adapter, and a choice of five different ear tip sizes for a comfy fit. Each one also has an in-line remote and microphone for use with iOS devices. The EPH-M200 adds in a different cord as well.
Each of the new models will start shipping in November. The EPH-M100 comes in blue, black and white, with an MSRP of $99.95. The EPH-M200 has black, white and red options, priced at $149.95 each.