Not often is a first attempt at designing and building headphones so spectacular. AudioQuest have done extensive homework and the result is spectacular.
The AudioQuest NightHawks are such a creation.
NightHawk's ear cups are made from Liquid Wood, a 100% natural, groundbreaking bio-polymer that is sustainable and uniquely beautiful.
The complex diamond cubic lattice of NightHawk's 3D-printed, sound-defusing grilles were inspired by micro-structures on the surface of butterfly wings.
Made from premium materials with minimal use of plastics, NightHawk headphones are surprisingly lightweight.
Unlike typical high-end headphones, NightHawk's driver diaphragm is build like that o fa loudspeaker and uses a distinctive bio-cellulose membrane free of artificial high frequency coloration common to nearly all headphones.
NightHawk's 50mm bio-cellulose drivers are angled to provide more natural sound-staging and to avoid fatigue inducing contact with the listener's ear.
Multiple ergonomic features such as ear shaped cups, their patent-pending floating suspension system, and a flexible weight distributing headed mean that NightHawk can be enjoyed without fatigue for hours on end.
NightHawk is designed to stimulate a uniquely compelling and seriously immersive listening experience with all genres of music.
NightHawk comes with two cables. One high-performance cable and one made to withstand the abuse of daily use.
NightHawk's packaging is its carrying case. In every aspect of its design, NightHawk minimises waste and excess, while maximising performance and value.