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AudioFly’s AF 100W, which was launched at CES 2017, but has only just now be­come avail­able in Aus­tralia, uses the same Blue­tooth mod­ule as the AudioFly AF56W BT in-ears, but be­cause the bat­tery and the mod­ule are housed in sep­a­rate cap­sules, the AF 100W is able to be su­per light­weight, yet still pro­vide at least five hours of play­back. And if you do need more than five hours of play­back, you can use a ‘Quick Charge’ op­tion that will par­tially recharge the ear­phones in just 20 min­utes (a full charge takes 60 min­utes). ‘ The orig­i­nal AF100 se­ries was de­signed as an en­try-level IEM—a pocket rocket with all the mak­ings of a stu­dio level mon­i­tor for those just dip­ping their toes in the pro-au­dio genre,’ said Matt Rowett, of AudioFly. ‘ This new wire­less ver­sion, AF100W, re­tains the sound qual­ity of the orig­i­nal, but adds not only wire­less, but also the abil­ity to with­stand vig­or­ous move­ments, mak­ing it ideal for use by out­door, fit­ness and ad­ven­ture en­thu­si­asts.’ The AF100W is equipped with a mi­cro­phone and vol­ume con­trol for calls and smart de­vice func­tion­al­ity and fea­tures Audiofly’s sig­na­ture ‘Au­dioflex’ ca­ble, which is braided with Cor­dura fi­bre tech­nol­ogy, which AudioFly says helps with tan­gle re­sis­tance and adds: “mar­ket lead­ing strength and dura­bil­ity.” AudioFly rates the fre­quency re­sponse of the AF100W ear­phone as 20Hz–20kHz, sensitivity as 108dBSPL at 1kHz and im­ped­ance at 16 . Avail­able now, the AudioFly AF100Ws sell for $189 (RRP) For fur­ther in­for­ma­tion, please con­tact AudioFly on 1300 729 359 or visit the web­site at­dio

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