Sounds Like Luxury
I love high-fidelity sound. I also happen to love great-quality headphones. The one issue I have with most high-end headphones is that the better they sound, the more the headphones look like something from a bad 1950s science-fiction movie. I'm not knocking high-end headphones, but nobody looks like a baller when they’re spinning at the club wearing headphones that would look happier on The Great Gazoo from The Flinstones.
While lower-end headphones come in all shapes and sizes, higher-end headphones seem to take a form-follows-function approach, and in most cases, they should. But with its Royale Luxury Stereo headphones, Aerial 7 is trying to make cans that look and feel as good as they sound.
The around-ear, closed-back headphones have 50mm drivers to deliver clean accurate sound, but that’s not what sets these headphones apart from the competition. These headphones are luxury items. Featuring soft full-grain leather ear cushions and a full-grain patent leather headband, these phones are incredibly comfortable for wearing hours on end, and thanks to the graphics on the outside of their aluminum ear cups, these headphones look and feel like no other headphones you’ve experienced.
The Royale Luxury Stereo headphones come with two interchangeable cords. A 1 m coiled DJ cable will give a little when pulled, and there's a 1.2 m straight cable with a mic, so you can even use these headphones to make calls with your cell phone or to make Skype calls on your computer. They also include a 3.5mm-1/4” adapter for use with most stereo systems, and a carry bag for convenient transport.
With a pair of Royales, you’ll have the most luxurious headphones on the block. They are available in two styles, Absolute and Bourbon—and while you're styling in your fly cans, you'll be listening to high-fidelity sounds.