Etymotic Research mk5 High-Fidelity Isolator Earphones

BH #ETMK5 • MFR #ERMK-5
Etymotic Research
Etymotic Research mk5 High-Fidelity Isolator Earphones
Key Features
  • 6mm Neodymium Drivers
  • Accu-Chamber Technology
  • 98% (35 to 42 dB) Noise Isolation
  • High-Gloss Finish
The Etymotic mk5 High-Fidelity Isolator Earphones combine the company's Accu-Chamber technology in a compact low-profile high-gloss design. The design makes the earphones fit comfortably with hats and helmets, so they are especially convenient for commuting, travel, and sports activities.
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Etymotic Research mk5 High-Fidelity Isolator Earphones

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Etymotic Research mk5 Overview

The Etymotic mk5 High-Fidelity Isolator Earphones combine the company's Accu-Chamber technology in a compact low-profile high-gloss design. The design makes the earphones fit comfortably with hats and helmets, so they are especially convenient for commuting, travel, and sports activities.

The earphones use high-output 6mm neodymium moving-coil drivers to deliver a frequency response of 20 to 15,000 Hz into a 32 ohm load with a sensitivity of 95 dB and a maximum SPL output of 120 dB. The eartips provide 35 to 42 dB of noise isolation, and a custom earmold fit option is also available for even greater noise isolation. A collection of foam and gel eartips as well as a shirt clip and zippered carrying pouch are included. A cord winder and deluxe zippered carrying pouches are also available (sold separately).

UPC: 084643001792

Etymotic Research mk5 Specs

Earpiece
DesignIn-Ear (Intra-Aural)
Driver Size0.23" / 6 mm
Magnet TypeNeodymium
Noise Attenuation35 to 42 dBA
General
Frequency Response20 Hz to 15 kHz
Impedance32 Ohms
Maximum Sound Pressure Level (SPL)120 dB
Connectivity
Audio Connector to Source1/8" / 3.5 mm
Cable
Cable Length4' /  m
Packaging Info
Package Weight0.25 lb
Box Dimensions (LxWxH)4.8 x 4.1 x 2.1"
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