Future Sonics Debuts Spectrum G10 IEMs

Future Sonics has introduced its Spectrum Series model G10 universal-fit professional personal monitors, aimed for live, studio, broadcast, and worship applications. Sporting a new micro-sized, armature-free voice coil infrastructure, the G10s feature a proprietary 32 Ohm 10mm system designed and manufactured by Future Sonics.
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Bristol, PA (June 4, 2015)—Future Sonics has introduced its Spectrum Series model G10 universal-fit professional personal monitors, aimed for live, studio, broadcast, and worship applications. Sporting a new micro-sized, armature-free voice coil infrastructure, the G10s feature a proprietary 32 Ohm 10mm system designed and manufactured by Future Sonics.

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The G10s include energy efficient miniature dynamic transducer and voice coil technologies housed in the micro-profile structure that features applied metallic finish. The monitors’ shape includes intuitive tactile thumb-placement guides on each earpiece to indicate left and right, and they’re connected via a new Future Sonics braided cable system intended to provide durability with minimal microphonics. Multiple fit options include ComfortFit foam and EarFills silicone sleeves, including sizes for children, and there are optional upgrades to custom-fit SofterWear sleeves at an additional cost plus ear impressions by an authorized audiologist or hearing professional.

Future Sonics ear monitors are built around voice coil and dynamic proprietary 32 Ohm 10mm Dynamic Transducer technologies, with the company stating that “Unlike multi-driver armature (hearing aid-type) configurations…there are no electronic or comb filtering artifacts, no phase issues, and no crossover dropouts.”

Manufacturer’s Specifications
• Future Sonics proprietary 32 Ohm 10mm Dynamic Transducers
• 18 Hz – 20,000 Hz Frequency Response
• Sensitivity 113 dB at 30 Hz
• Up to -29 dB Ambient Noise Reduction
• 3.5mm (1/8”) Gold Stereo Mini-Plug Connector
• 1.27m (50”) Cabling

Future Sonics
www.futuresonics.com