Domestic maple wood is used for the unique wooden part of the housing. This part is a work of art by Oak Village, who has been working with various types of woods for a long time, specializing in creating furniture as well as housing construction in Hida-Takayama. To make most out of its natural wood texture and to preserve the natural maple expressions and the warmth of nature, we made a point of keeping the design at the very minimal level. Maple wood is often used for musical instruments, and it gives out natural sounds, faithfully staying true to the original sound, which is exactly what you need for the monitor sounds. With state-of-art craftsmanship and carefully chosen materials, beautiful exterior as well as beautiful sound like never before have been realized.
The level of sound proof function required in a recording studio is extremely high – it needs to prevent all sounds within the studio from leaking and it also needs to cancel all kinds of noise from outside in order to provide complete silence. Professional recording studios including “TAGO STUDIO TAKASAKI” normally have what’s called “BOX-IN-BOX structure,” which is a floating sound insulation architecture style to have a room floating inside of another room. On “T3-02,” we have applied this “BOX-IN-BOX structure” to the earphone design. And we have managed to drastically improve the sound insulation capacity by creating another earphone (core unit) inside an earphone.
T3-02 comes with a MMCX interchangeable cable design, where users could freely adopt different cables with ease.
Similar to the model T3-01, T3-02 has inherited the natural tuning and sound signature with smooth highs and clear vocals. You could enjoy music with T3-02 for hours without feeling tired.