Introduction to the Two Versions of Castor
Castor features a unique design with two stacked dynamic drivers. One driveris dedicated to producing frequencies around 20-200Hz for bass output, while the other diverhandles mid and high frequencies. Through precise electronic crossover technology, these two divers work synergistically without interference between their frequencies. This enables Castor to deliver powerful and energetic bass as well as stunning mid and high frequencies.Customized for Audiophiles Seeking Deeper Bass
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In contrast, Castor boasts a drop of over 10dB in the 40Hz-300Hz range. If we use the acoustic theory that 6dB represents a doubling, Castor's performance in the low-frequency range has decisively outperformed traditional headphones both in data.
When we set the bass frequency range to 20-200Hz, traditional manufacturers often attempt to adjust the sensitivity of this range by altering the unit's damping. The primary limitation here is that it's nearly impossible to boost only the 20-200Hz range without affecting the 300Hz range; excessive boosting in the 300Hz range leads to muddiness in the sound. However, with our Castor's dual-driver design, one driver is dedicated to independently handling the 20-200Hz frequency range and fully amplifying the output within this range. This approach allows us to achieve an unparalleled and stunning bass experience.Built-in professional-grade filters, supports adjustable low and high frequencies
Castor is equipped with professional acoustic filters that support 2-stage adjustments for low frequencies and 2-stage adjustments for high frequencies. Users can fine-tune their sound preferences to create 16 different audio profiles based on their preferred music styles.Top and bottom stacked cavity structure
To strike a balance between sound quality and comfortable wearing, Castor adopts a top and bottom stacked cavity design, resulting in a smaller overall earphone size and improved comfort during wear.A higher precision integrated injection molding process than 3D printing
The precision of the integrated injection molding process is theoretically more than 10 times higher than traditional 3D printing technology. The tolerance range of traditional 3D printing is around 0.1mm, while the precision of Castor's internal support structure is around 0.01mm.Thermoplastic slow rebound memory foam eartips
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