Rumors of the 3.5mm headphone jack’s demise on the iPhone may be premature, but the expanding use of that phone’s Lightning connector for audio purposes is definitely growing into a trend. Started off by Philips with its Fidelio series, today the Lightning headphones game has gone upmarket in a significant way with the introduction of the $799.95 Audeze EL-8 Titanium. This is a closed-back variant of the $699 EL-8 launched at CES at the start of this year, only it now has a digital signal processor, digital-to-analog converter, and an amplifier all built into its so-called Cypher cable.
Now there’s a pair of Lightning headphones more expensive than the iPhone
written by TechKnock Dec 9, 2015
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