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ACOUSTIC SOUND CHAMBER

Acoustic Sound Chamber™ is a 3D printed, recessed tubing system that is the first of its kind, keeping sweat at bay and alleviating the need for excessive cleaning.

The Layla, is perfect for live or mastering engineers, any musician, or for personal use for replacing your home hifi system on the go. As the first reference/mastering in-ear monitor from Jerry Harvey, Layla's bass response is perfectly flat when turned down and has +13dB of boost at 60Hz when fully turned up. Layla has the most sophisticated crossover network ever put into an IEM. The shape of the crossover filters are all 4th order. The audio quality will truly put you at the mix position in the recording studio, whether it's hearing exactly what the mixer/producer and band wanted you to hear, mixing your own tracks, or performing live.

Specs
Frequency Response: 10Hz to 23k Hz
Input Sensitivity: 117 dB @ 1mW
Impedance: 20 Ohms
Noise Isolation: 26 dB


Accessories Included
Personalized Carbon Fiber Carrying Case
Wax Tool

Bass Adjustment Tool
Owner's Manual

Starting at $2199.00

Features
Custom-made Proprietary Balanced Armature Drivers (12 per side)
12 Driver configuration, powered by SoundrIVe
technology: Quad low, quad mid, quad high
Triple Bore with frēqphase
 Stainless Steel Tube Waveguide
Integrated 4th Order crossover

Variable bass output:  user controlled low frequency drivers with adjustable bass (0 +/- 10db)

Premium 7-pin Cable:  High Purity OFC 4N Silver-Plated Cable prevents oxidation. The 7-pin Litz wire connector is military-grade iridium, designed to create a tight grip at the connection and simplify install and removal. A built-in O-ring helps keep the connection between the cable and earpiece dry in the harshest environments. 
Input Connector: 1/8” (3.5mm), Gold-Plated

​Personalize with a variety of colors and design options to choose from

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LAYLA Custom In-ear monitors

FREQPHASE WAVEGUIDE

Freq|phase™ Technology creates the most phase accurate IEMs on the market by correcting misalignment caused by low, mid, and high frequencies traveling to your ear at different speeds.