Considering the number of people still using the bundled earphones that come with their phones, aiming a pair of £700/$1050 headphones at a smartphone audience does seem like a rather big ask.
Then again, with its most expensive headphones topping out at over £3000/$4500, Audeze isn’t exactly known for concerning itself with price.
Build and comfort
The Audeze EL-8 Titanium headphones look every bit as premium as their price tag suggests.
Designed in collaboration with the team that worked on the BMW i8, the Audeze EL-8s offer large black and silver aluminium earcups that swivel flat, soft squishy earpads and a chunky cushioned headband.
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