Sleek Audio turns on the style with SA7 in-ear headphones

Sleek Audio knows that having substance without style is not very ideal when it comes to consumer electronics, and hence has cranked up the style-o-meter with their SA7 in-ear headphones that feature an user-adjustable VQ system for adjusting treble and bass, alongside a body which is machined from a single block of aluminum with a carbon fiber shell attached with titanium screws. Within the body lies dual balanced armature transducers that are surrounded by silicone which can absorb up to 14,000 Gs of force, ensuring your earbuds remain in tiptop working condition all the time. A built-in controller complete with track skip buttons and various control keys allows you quick and easy access to your music, while knowing that you can take advantage of the wireless Kleer system if you want to. While there is no word on pricing, we could be looking at a $400 price range, although throwing in the wireless Kleer system will more or less increase the final price by another Benjamin.

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