Meizu HD50 headset
The HD50 is the first headset from Meizu. It sustains the metallic trend. It introduces a metallic understanding to headsets. It is delicate to the touch with a metallic body and silky smooth synthetic leather. It has a perfect combination of rigid and flexible. You can choose either black or white to suit your preferences. White is fresh and simple and black is rich in texture.
Inheriting the concept of high-end process design, the HD50 always meets demands and adopts an appropriate industrial design based on differing ear structures and perception of sound in different people. Its unique cross-shaft design achieves free triple multi-angle folds at 135°, 95°, and 15° to find the most comfortable angle for your ears.
To make the headset more wear-resistant, a high-end powder metallurgical process is adopted. The powdered metal is constantly heated and pressed at high temperatures to coalesce into a perfect metallurgical beam and spindle. The CNC engraving and character laser carving processes used for the earmuff makes the entire headset rich in metallic color and thick in texture.
A good headset can not only transmit the authenticity of music, but can also make people hear every tiny detail and feel subtle emotions. To ensure this, the HD50 adopts an exclusive free-edge diaphragm design and uses a high quality (from Japan) ultra-fine bio-fiber diaphragm. It is light, but also rigid. It has a better resolving capability than a paper or metallic diaphragm. It can completely reproduce realistic sound. There is also a soft TPU + PEEK composite membrane that provides enough flexibility to balance both the rigidity and softness of the sound. It can reproduce every detail and nuance that other materials simply won’t, regardless of whether it is jazz, folk, or rock.
The HD50 adopts a unique mechanical frequency demultiplication design with a dual-cavity + dual-continuity bassoon structure. The sound flow reverberates for strong expansion and division. The front cavity uses airflow compensation, so the sound flow is fed back to the front cavity from the back. As the channel is expanded, the sound is richer. The rear cavity is in a bass reflex + dual-lumen structure to effectively increase the volume of the cavity, strengthen the bass, and give an astounding user experience.
Meizu has many years of accumulated experience in acoustics. In order to develop a more professional headset, Meizu experts went to Japan and invited Eric, the former Head of the Headset R&D Dept of Japan Foster, to join Meizu. Members of Meizu's professional acoustics team have developed many high-end headsets such as those by B&O, Denon, and Beats. Our professional team has enabled the HD50 to reproduce great sound, with melodious highs, accurate midrange, and thunderous bass.
Separated audio wire and microphone wire in conjunction with no welds and a straight wire control to reduce interference and achieve more purity and fidelity. The Kevlar materials with parachute-level bendability and a TPE sheath for environmental protection, take both flexibility and hand feel into consideration.
*The above data has been measured in laboratory conditions. Actual values may vary according to actual situations.
*The headset wire control is only applicable to Meizu mobile phones and other mainstream Android devices.
To make the HD50 headset more conformable, Meizu uses synthetic protein leather materials for the earmuff to make the headset more breathable and skin-friendly. The interior of the earmuff is filled with memory foam from Japan, that is soft and delicate, and can better perceive and remember your contours and habits. It will never feel uncomfortable, no matter how long you listen to music.
Only consistent rigorous testing makes it adhere to Meizu's stringent quality standards. Meizu is committed to diligence in each production process.
The high-quality waterproof headset bag has a 6.5 mm power amplification adapter and an adapter for flying. You can enjoy a comfortable and pleasant music experience no matter where you go.