Many are the goldsmiths who see how their craft is giving way to that created by computer programs and 3D printers. Today I want to show you a new example of all this, a job where basically what we find are luxury headphones created using a design program and a 3D printer capable of working with precious metals. On this occasion, this work of art corresponds to Bottom, an emblematic Japanese brand in the country in terms of audio and high definition.
If you are interested in these beautiful headphones, tell you that they have been baptized by their designers as Final Lab II, headphones equipped with a 15-millimeter dynamic driver that, as the few people who have had the opportunity to try them so far comment, offer simply sublime sound while giving you the feeling of living music as if was inside the scene itself.
Final Lab II, luxury headphones that will hit the market in the form of a limited and numbered edition.
According to the company in charge of its design and manufacture, the Final Lab II have been made entirely of titanium, a material that allows design shapes that are impossible to obtain by following traditional manufacturing methods. This, among other things, has allowed the rear of the headphones themselves to be fully open and the cables on the front eliminate interference which in turn improves certain characteristics such as frequency.
Finally, I can only comment that, if you are interested in getting some headphones like the ones you can see in the photos distributed by this same post, you will have to hurry, on the one hand, since only 200 units will be manufactured endowed with their corresponding serial number, which, secondly, will reach the market at a price of 4.000 euros per unit.