Audeze has announced its first closed in-ear in the reference class, the Euclid. It is a wired model.
The new Audeze Euclid in-ear features a planar driver of 18 mm. This is built into a milled aluminum casing, so pretty solid. According to Audeze, the new in-ears can produce a maximum sound pressure of 120 dB with a distortion of less than 0.1%. Phase and frequency accuracy should also be excellent.
Furthermore, the Euclid’s are nicely sensitive with a value of 110 dB/mW. Practical are the connecting cables. These are not soldered, but you connect them via a gold-plated MMCX plug. Further Bluetooth should appear in the future, as well as an option to connect the Euclid symmetrically.
Along with the Audeze Euclid, you also get a set of ear fitting pieces made of silicone and foam with your purchase. This ensures a good fit and a comfortable fit. The new Audeze in-ear will be sold for €1499 and is available immediately.