Atomic Floyd AirJax + Microphone

The Atomic Floyd AirJax + Microphone earphones for iPhone, iPod, Skype and BlackBerry make audio sound absolutely amazing

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  • Expert Rating

    4.75 / 5
  • Price

    $ 329.00 (AUD)


Audio and speakers
Frequency response (low end)
Frequency response (high end)
105 dB SPL/mW
In the box
Titanium2 Earhooks, that flex to fit your ears; Bass port - For distortion free deep bass; SpeakEasy - Dual-filter technology for continuous talk without interruptions; FlexiFit - 4-way adjustable titanium ear hook for superior fit; MaxJax - 24k gold high performance - low distortion 3.5mm audio jack; Cable slider - Anti-tangle cable splitter to manage your cable; Fabric cable - Anti tangle, high performance fabric audio cord; Travel case - Triple-layered, double-stitched protective leather pouch; Hex tool - Tailoring the fit and comfort of your headphones; Connectors - 2 Airplane adapters for when you fly; Soft sleeves - Increasing the grip and comfort of the earhooks.
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Headphone design
Over the ear
Earpiece design
Size and weight
*Specifications are subject to change without notice. While every attempt has been made by IDG Communications in the production of these specifications, possible errors or omissions may still occur. IDG Communications neither assumes legal liability or responsibility for the accuracy, completeness or usefulness of any product specifications supplied.

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