[CES 2013] MUNITIO NINES and SV Review

Company and product information were provided by MUNITIO’s official website, as well as images.
Products were provided by MUNITIO for review consideration.

Back in January, merely minutes before we would be ushered out of a Las Vegas venue hall I spotted the MUNITIO booth. Usually during CES, if it’s anything audio related, I’m instantly drawn to it. It might be solely because I can’t let a day go by without music. Music drives my day. It has this unique way of uplifting my spirits no matter the mood. So, when meeting with MUNITIO and quickly hearing for myself in that Las Vegas venue hall, I knew that I needed more hands-on time with both The NINES™ and the SV to see if they would live up to the clarity and richness I heard during CES.

MUNITIO Visit official website.

MUNITIO is a San Diego, California based precision sound brand specializing in lifestyle electronic accessories. We believe in the power of music to enrich and individualize our experiences while strengthening our connection to community. Latin for defense works and fortification, MUNITIO is a brand of quality, utility and performance.

The MUNITIO team is a diverse collection of music and recording industry veterans, audiophiles, visual artists with expertise in mobile technology, industrial design and specialty metals manufacturing. Their motivation? To bring true craftsmanship to portable electronic peripherals.

It began in 2010, when MUNITIO set a new standard in listener enjoyment and electronic accessory fashion with the release of the world’s first titanium-coated and 18K gold plated earphones. With each successive product, we at MUNITIO continue to stretch our collective imagination and remain a leading innovator of the mobile lifestyle movement. – MUNITIO’s About Page



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