Ear Enjoys, So does Hearing
The sound that the earphone transmits to the ear is the vibration that comes from internal horn film. The thinner the film is, the more sensitive it is to sound and the higher the vibration efficiency is. TOUCHWAVE 2 uses a groundbreaking graphene diaphragm, a substance once thought impossible to exist alone, which was isolated from graphite in 2004 by two scientists who won the Nobel Prize in physics for that. Its toughness allows the shock film to retain its shape even when it is shaken; The lighter material makes the diaphragm more sensitive, allowing it can be pushed with less energy, saving more power and producing stronger sound. The sound is clearer and the field is wider. This is where TOUCHWAVE 2 comes from for impressive sound performance.