64 Audio launches three new IEMs starting at $699 USD

Left Coast/Pacific Northwest custom and universal-fit IEM headphone manufacturer 64 Audio’s founder and chief sound designer Vitaliy Belonozhko has been busy adding depth to the company’s line with three new custom models featuring trickle-down technology from their flagship designs aimed at audiophiles and musicians (I’ve sometimes heard one person can be both, but these sightings are rare and on par with Elvis sitings at Walmart).

The three new models are the A6t ($1,299 USD), the A4t ($999 USD) which both take advantage of the company’s patent-pending tubeless tia technology and the more modest A3e ($699 USD).

According to 64 Audio “The tia driver is an open balanced armature speaker design that brings new meaning to resolution and transparency. By opening a balanced armature, the diaphragm becomes fully unobstructed, unleashing the sound potential of the driver. This eliminates a lot of the vibrations and resonances that are inherent in conventional, closed balanced armature designs. With this new method of producing and delivering sound to the ear, conventional sound tubes and dampers are no longer necessary.”

Belonozhko intimated that the three models each had a very unique sound signature that allowed buyers to pick a model that most closely aligned with their personal preferences.“This is a significant launch for us. It represents the culmination of some very hard work by our R&D and engineering teams to bring a technology into virtually our entire lineup that was once available only in our flagship products. I’ve wanted to do this for a long time and I’m thrilled that we can make it available to even more musicians and audiophiles out there.”

All three models are now available at 64audio.com and authorized retailers.

Press Release details below

VANCOUVER, Wash., Nov. 6, 2018 - 64 Audio, the leader in custom and universal fit in-ear monitors, is proud to announce the launch of three new custom models for musicians and audiophiles. The A6t (MSRP: $1,299), A4t (MSRP: $999), both of which feature 64 Audio’s new patent-pending tubeless tiaTM technology, and A3e (MSRP: $699).

Headlining for the A6t and A4t is tiaTM, a technology exclusive to 64 Audio that works by eliminating sound-altering tubes and dampers. Sound produced by the tia system is able to disperse freely and effortlessly, yielding an incredibly smooth and musical frequency response. The A6t and A4t feature two major elements of the tia system: the tia high driver and the tia single bore design.

“Building off of 64 Audio’s popular 4-driver design, the A4t is the entry into our proprietary tia technology, delivering exceptionally lifelike clarity and musicality,” explained Belonozhko. “Its balanced sound signature makes it the perfect fit for just about any genre.”

The “in-ear monitor of choice” for touring musicians and discerning music lovers, the A6t features tia and LID™ (Linear Impedance Design) to greatly improve its popular 6-driver predecessor. “Our A6t features a full and detailed sound signature that brings out the warmth and musicality in any live mix or recording,” Belonozhko continued. “The A6t is ideal for musicians and audiophiles looking for added accuracy and resolution.”

LID™ is a technology exclusive to 64 Audio that ensures a consistent frequency response regardless of the source, perfect for musicians plugging into a variety of equipment.

The A3e is an extremely versatile IEM with impressive clarity and warmth for any instrument or genre. “With its neutral and balanced tuning, the A3e delivers a surprisingly transparent and musical sound ideal for musicians and music lovers alike,” Belonozhko concluded. “This 3-driver earphone also features LID.”

All three models also feature 64 Audio’s patent-pending apex™ (Air Pressure Exchange) Technology, a pneumatically interactive vent that dramatically reduces listening fatigue by releasing sound pressure that is inherent in earphone designs. 3D Fit™ is 64 Audio’s proprietary 3D printing process that results in a personalized fit not found in any other IEM.

64 Audio
2811 E Evergreen Blvd Vancouver, WA 98661 United States

jaredjcrandall84's picture

I believe these IEMs have been available on 64's site, so is the announcement just the official declaration or am I mistaken in that the existing IEMs (prior to Nov 6th) were different? Thanks for your work on Innerfidelity!

Rafe Arnott's picture
These are new... I received the press release yesterday afternoon. I can check further for you though
jaredjcrandall84's picture

Great, thanks for the info. Hopefully the new models are included in the usual black friday 64 audio discounts!

Rafe Arnott's picture
These IEMs were newly available on the site, the press release was to get the get word out on the new models.