It’s about time we took a deeper look into some easy listening. At the International CES 2015 back in January, Audioflytm dazzled us with their showcase of the new AF240 and AF250 over-ear headphones. These headphones are at the very least, easy on the eyes and a comfort to wear. The Audioflytm AF240 is the lower end of the two. Yet, as a stand-alone unit, it doesn’t seem like a headphone you would apply the word “lower”. So then, how do we feel about the headset after some post-show extended use? We eagerly got our hands on a pair of the Audioflytm AF240 to bring you this full product review.
Audioflytm AF240 specs
|Driver type:||40mm single membrane neodymium driver|
|Frequency range:||20-20 kHz|
|Sensitivity:||103dB at 1 kHz|
|Cable length:||1.5m (60″)|
Here you have a standard set of headphone specs. One of the key differences between this AF240 model and the higher end AF250 is the use of single membrane vs dual membrane neodymium drivers for the sound output. If you read our CES Coverage, you may also have noticed the main aesthetic difference in the build of the unit. Here, the AF240’s use a polycarbonate body vs the AF250’s die-cast aluminum alloy. Both headsets use the same particular self-adjusting ergonomics for the headset’s fit and threaded cabling, features you would expect to find in premium headsets. But enough with the comparison, let’s go into how the AF240 holds up on its own.
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