Shinola Audio has introduced new Bluetooth In-Ear Monitors, designed and developed in collaboration with Portland, OR-based Campfire Audio, and designed for on-the-go listening.
The earphones support Qualcomm aptX HD Bluetooth for 24-bit hi-res audio on supported devices. AAC, meanwhile, enables improved audio quality on Apple devices. They use USB-C for fast charging, and dual batteries for extended listening and talk time of up to 12 hours of music playback. Multipoint allows for connected up to two devices at the same time.
They feature memory foam and silicone ear tips for comfortable wear, and dynamic drivers. A custom MMCX (micro miniature coaxial connector) connection allows for easy replacement and swapping.
Shinola has been ramping up its line of tech products, and these ‘phones join an already wide range of items that includes a turntable, wireless bookshelf speakers, and wired in-ear, on-ear, and over-ear headphones.
The Shinola Audio Bluetooth In-Ear Monitors will be available in mid-November for $250, and will come in black or silver stainless steel. They ship with a branded fabric travel case.