There have been a lot of audio products shown off and announced during CES so far this week, and among them are now a couple of new pairs of in-ear monitors coming from Audiofly. Although Audiofly specializes in making various types of audio products including high-quality headphones and earbuds, these in-ear monitors were designed specifically with musicians in mind to deliver a top quality sound to both advanced and novice musicians for use during gigs. Both models were manufactured using high-grade materials but both also cater to a different side of the market, those looking for the absolute best in-ear monitor they can buy, and those looking for a more affordable set that won't compromise on the quality of the product.
First up are the AF100, designed and made for novice musicians or those looking to get an excellent pair of monitors that won't cost hundreds of dollars. They'll cost $99 when they launch which Audiofly state are their most affordable pair of in-ear monitors they have ever produced. They feature a single dynamic driver and were built to be durable thanks to the TPE cable, and they come with a bit of added value as they ship with three pairs of single flange silicon tips with varied fit for the best comfort possible.
In addition to the AF100 Audiofly has also launched the AF1120 aimed at the high-end of the market. For advanced musicians looking to pick up the very best in-ear monitors they can find, Audiofly has the AF1120 coming in at $799. They're made just be even more durable than the AF100 as they're designed and produced with a Silver Audioflex cable that is made from super strong CORDURA sheath on the outside to prevent wear and tear. Audiofly boasts the AF1120 break sonic barriers, and they're equipped with six balanced armature drivers to deliver excellent space and clarity. For the price consumers are getting a whole bunch of extras included like the cleaning tool as well as single flange and tri-flange silicon and comply tips, and a total of nine replacement tips just in case the others get damaged or lost. Both pairs of in-ear monitors are expected to be launched later on this year in Q3.