Custom- and universal-fit in-ear monitors may be personalized with custom colors, accessories and artwork.

Anaheim, CA (January 10, 2018)—Singapore-based music technology manufacturer Stealth Sonics is using its appearance at the upcoming NAMM Show to launch three lines of in-ear monitor systems. The product ranges—U2/C2, U4/C4 and U9/C9—are each available in both universal-fit and custom-molded versions. The custom-mold process includes taking second-bend impressions so the monitor is able to conform precisely to the inner ear canal for superior fidelity, minimal acoustic interference and perfect fit.

U2/C2 models feature a two-driver hybrid design for a warm, smooth, musical sound. U4/C4 are based on a four-driver, pure balanced armature (BA) design. U9/C9, the flagship models, use a nine-driver, hybrid design featuring a calibrated, large-diameter dynamic driver together with Super-High drivers.

All universal-fit in-ear monitors come with the Khameleon Skinz, an interchangeable screw-on faceplate accessory that incorporates Stealth Damping technology. Other available accessories include an array of eartips in various sizes and styles, and detachable silver-wire, copper-wire, Lightning, USB-C and Bluetooth cables.

The monitors may be personalized with custom colors, accessories and artwork. Custom IEMs feature either a dual or triple-bore sound aperture and come with a 30-day refit policy.

Stealth Sonics will demo its IEMs at its NAMM Show booth (#11248), January 25-28.

Stealth Sonics • www.stealthsonics.com