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Atlantic Technology unveils first line of audiophile-grade in-ear monitors

The hi-res audio FS-HAL1 in-ear headphones are available just in time for the holidays

Atlantic Technology recently exhibited over 30 new products which begin to roll out this holiday season and throughout 2020. The first to hit the market is the FS-HAL1 Hi-Res Audio Certified in-ear monitors. These lightweight, stylish in-ear monitors are designed for users to upgrade to the audiophile sound quality of over-ear headphones to play hi-res music files or streaming services like Qobuz, Amazon or Tidal with the convenience and portability of in-ear monitors.

“For 30-years Atlantic Technology has delivered premium speakers with outstanding performance and value, reliably delivering the award-winning sound quality that the company is famous for and across a huge spectrum of home audio products. Now they are applying that expertise to headphones,” said Paul Fredrickson, Director of Business Development at Muto Communications, Atlantic Technology’s marketing and global PR agency of record. “The FS-HAL1 monitors are the perfect upgrade for mobile or home use – they are lightweight and provide superb sound, comfort and long-life with features and technology that delivers fatigue-free use to keep you and your music going all day.” 

The FS-HAL1 are Hi-Res Audio Certified, a top-quality industry standard for music recorded and delivered at better-than-CD sound quality sought after by music lovers and audiophiles who want the best from all of their music listening. The monitors deliver Hi-Res audio by leveraging Triple Hybrid Drivers with Graphene woofers and Dual Balanced Armature mid and high-frequency drivers. This array produces deep rich bass and crystal-clear detail in mid and high frequencies.

The monitors are comfortable and secure for active users thanks to the ‘around-ear loop’ memory cable and the Pro-style, gold plated snap-lock MMCX monitor connectors that rotate 360 degrees for comfortable tangle-free wearing. The convenient in-line 3-button remote, controls volume up/down plus on/off talk and is compatible with most Android, Windows or iOS phones.

The MMCX connector is an industry standard that makes cable replacement or upgrades easy to extend the life of the in-ear monitors should a cable get damaged or a different connector needed. The detachable 4-foot 20-strand Oxygen-Free-Copper cable maximizes signal transmission to either a gold-plated 3.5mm jack or a Lightning connector depending on the version selected.

These stylish ergonomic in-ear monitors are available in four colors: white, red, blue and black. A variety of ear tips are included to create an optimum comfortable fit with up to 25 dB of noise isolation. A hard travel case and 3.5mm to ¼-inch gold plated adapter are also included. 

The FS-HAL1 carries an MSRP of $199 for the standard version with a 3.5mm connector and $239 for the version with the Lightning connector for iOS devices.  Both are shipping now.

Tim Albright is the founder of AVNation and is the driving force behind the AVNation network. He carries the InfoComm CTS, a B.S. from Greenville College and is pursuing an M.S. in Mass Communications from Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville. When not steering the AVNation ship, Tim has spent his career designing systems for churches both large and small, Fortune 500 companies, and education facilities.

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