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64 Audio is proud to unveil tia™, Tubeless In-ear Audio

The end of the year is swiftly approaching, and 64 Audio is thrilled to end 2016 with a bang! Just in time for Black Friday, we have launched our revolutionary tia technology. This ground-breaking innovation is featured in our three new in-ear models, the tia™ Fourté™, U18t Tzar™, and A18t Tzar™. We broke all the rules this time to bring you the best of new technology and 8 years of experience designing world-class in-ear monitors. What makes the Fourté™, the U18t, and the A18t so unique is our proprietary tia system. This new technology features the proprietary tia™ drivers, the tia single-bore, and the tia acoustic chambers. The tia driver stands apart as an open balanced armature design that produces sound with a direct-radiating, fully… [ Read the full article ]

For the Love of 64 Audio: Skeptic to Supporter

Our customer service representatives here at 64 Audio are usually the first to hear the praises from new owners of our IEMs. This is one of the most rewarding aspects of working for a company that produces a high-quality product that people really enjoy and appreciate. Luckily for the rest of us, the news of especially happy customers spreads throughout the team so that we all get to enjoy the positive feedback. Today, we wanted to share some of that feedback with you. The following is an email that was sent to our customer service department from Rusty, a former anti-in-ear monitor musician and the owner of a brand new pair of A8s. Continue reading to see how the A8s changed his perspective on in-ear… [ Read the full article ]

The Danger of Wearing Only One IEM

We all know that in-ear monitors (IEMS) were designed to solve two issues: Save hearing and improve audio quality on stage. But if used incorrectly they may actually fail to do both. It is far too often that we see musicians and performers with one earpiece dangling on their chest. While it works as a nice wardrobe accessory it is actually dangerous to your hearing health. We’ll try to explain. There is a known phenomenon call binaural summation. You don’t have to remember the words but rather understand the concept. When you take one earpiece out, you lose 6db of perceived loudness. To compensate, most musicians will turn the volume up by about 6db (twice the loudness), which can be fatiguing and damaging to the ear…. [ Read the full article ]