Jaben Hosts Va­ri­ety of Events at KLIAV 2014

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Each year, the Kuala Lumpur In­ter­na­tional Au­dio/Vis­ual (KLIAV) show en­ables a va­ri­ety of ex­hibitors to show­case prod­ucts from some of the largest names in the au­dio/vis­ual in­dus­try. Jaben Net­works Malaysia was there again this year, with much more prod­ucts to show­case than any year prior.

This year, the com­pany took the op­por­tu­nity to of­fi­cially launch the Ca­lyx M, a high-end por­ta­ble au­dio player that of­fers ar­guably the best au­dio qual­ity in a por­ta­ble form fac­tor. It sup­ports au­dio for­mats up to 32-bits and 384kHz sam­pling fre­quency. When it comes to bat­tery life, the Ca­lyx M is able to of­fer play­back up to 10 hours on a full charge. There’s 64GB of stor­age, which is ex­pand­able up to 256GB via an SD card, or 128GB via mi­croSD. Of course, there’s an in­te­grated Dig­i­tal-to-Ana­log con­verter and an ARM Cor­tex A5 pro­ces­sor.

In ad­di­tion to launch­ing the Ca­lyx M, Jaben Net­works Malaysia also held a DIY work­shop dur­ing the show. The work­shop al­lowed at­ten­dees to as­sem­ble a pair of Fi­nal Au­dio in­ear earphones. While we didn’t get to as­sem­ble the earphones from scratch, we man­aged to learn how the fi­nal touches are placed on earphones like the Fi­nal Au­dio Heaven II.

Sim­i­lar to the shows be­fore this, Jaben was present once again to of­fer au­dio en­thu­si­asts a se­lec­tion of great bun­dles for high-end head­phones and earphones. They also man­aged to se­cure a larger space this time around, al­low­ing them to show­case even more prod­ucts. Among the high­lights in­clude the Fi­nal Au­dio Pan­dora Hope VI, the Ca­lyx M, and Sony’s new Walk­man ZX 1.

The founder of Jaben Net­work, who is af­fec­tion­ately known as Un­cle Wil­son among the au­dio­phile com­mu­nity.

The Ca­lyx M is one of the best por­ta­ble au­dio play­ers you can get your hands on to­day.

At the KLIAV, Jaben held a launch for the Ca­lyx M, as well as a DIY work­shop.

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