Final Adagio III In Ear Isolating Earphones - Black
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- Custom designed dynamic driver and balancing air movement technology
- Stuff Magazine celebrates Adagio III with 5 star review
- Powerful bass with deep 3D spatial expression
- Original cable eliminates microphonic noise
- Original eartips with enhanced sound insulation
Contemporary music fans who want a bit of HiFi legacy, a clean clear audio and change from £100, look no further. The Adagio III unleashes a powerful sound which is vibrant and spatial with impressive width and separation in the stereo image.Shaun, Co-founder
Final Adagio III
Adagio III achieves powerful bass with deep 3D spatial expression from a compact size. The Final Adagio series was developed over two years of intensive research resulting in a custom, dynamic 8mm driver unit that unleashes a powerfully vibrant sound, delivering deep spatial expression.
A generous taste of upper level performance at a very sensible price
Final's special BAM (Balancing Air Movement) Mechanism, which optimises air movement inside the housing, has pushed the evolution of earphone body design to the next level with a simpler structure and slimmer body.
The original Final elastic cable eliminates microphonic noise travelling up the cable while the original eartips ensure enhanced sound insulation. Adagio III is a handmade product, made by Japanese sound engineers with a full-focus on ideal sound with no compromises.
Changing the concept of earphones.
The 8mm dynamic driver unit of the Adagio II produces powerful sound from its compact size.
Balancing Air Movement
BAM mechanism optimises the air movement inside the housing and controls unwanted vibrations for powerful bass and a deep 3D spatial expression.
Optimised Air Flow
The shape of the housing optimises highly-efficient air flow inside the cabinet ensuring the best in sound reproduction.
The original elastic cable eliminates microphonic noise travelling up the cable while the original eartips ensure enhanced sound insulation.
The Absolute Sound Editor's Choice Awards 2014 Winner
"One of the most accomplished, and refined all-rounders in its price class."
Stuff Magazine Celebrates Adagio III Earphones with 5 Star Review
"They're poised, kick really hard and are more interested in details than even the US Secret Service."
HiFi+ Magazine Recommends Final Adagio III - Unequivocal Winners
"We consider Final Audio's Adagio III one of the best moderately-priced earphones we've yet found - a no-brainer recommendation at their price point."
The Sunday Times Honours Adagio III with 5 Star Review
"Adagio III turn out to sound great: rock, pop and electronic music enjoy toe-tapping liveliness and tight but not overpowering bass, as well as excellent separation to create a spacious stereo effect."
- Earphone Type: Intraaural (in the ear)
- Driver Unit: Dynamic Driver
- Driver Size: 8mm
- Sound Pressure Level: 100dB
- Impedance: 16 ohm
- Housing Material: ABS
- Cable Length: 1.2m
- Weight: 10g
- 8mm dynamic driver unit produces powerful sound form its compact size
- Balancing Air Movement mechanism produces powerful bass with deep 3D spatial expression
- Shape of housing optimises highly-efficient air flow
- Original eartips with enhanced sound insulation
- Original elastic cable eliminates microphonic noise
- BAM vent prevents sound leakage and controls air flow
- Final Adagio III Dynamic Earphones in Black
- Original silicone eartips (S/M/L)
|Feature Keyword||Ear Canal, IEM, In Ear, Lightweight, Noise Isolation, Portable, Travel|
|Recommended Use||Digital audio player, Portable audio system|
|Manufacturer Warranty||2 Years|
|Included Accessories||Silicone eartips in three different sizes (S/M/L)|
|Headphone Fit Type||In-Ear|
|Headphones Type||Headphones - binaural|
|Connector Type||Headphones (3.5 mm stereo jack)|
|Headphones Form Factor||In-Ear|
|Number of Drivers||Single Driver|
|Sound Isolation (dB)||No|
|Sound Output Mode||Stereo|
|Total Harmonic Distortion (THD)||No|
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- Final Audio Adagio III Quick Review by mark2410
by mark2410 on 28/11/2014 Final Audio Adagio III Quick Review
Brief: Oh god, oh dear god, so much bass!!!!!
Specification: Earphone Type: Intraaural (in the ear), Driver Unit: Dynamic Driver, Driver Size: 8mm, Sound Pressure Level: 100dB, Impedance: 16 ohm, Housing Material: ABS Cable Length: 1.2m, Weight: 10g
Accessories: 3 pairs of silicone tips.
Build Quality: Buds look nicely constructed but cable feels very thin.
Isolation: Rather a lot for a dynamic. It would easily do for normal use and you could get by the odd flight or two with them. Just remember to watch where you are going with them in or be prepared to get run over.
Comfort/Fit: Very good. They weigh nothing and fit my ears effortlessly.
Aesthetics: Not bad, they come with a variety of different colour options so get a bit of choice. Otherwise pleasantly quiet visually.
Sound: BASS. Then some more bass, then another helping of bass and then lastly, another dollop of bass. While I am not adverse to some good quality bass I am a bit adverse to this quantity of bass. Literally, my sinuses felt like they were being kicked. I have crap sinuses btw. Quality wise, it’s rather good, it is articulate and grippy. The mids are a bit over warm but nice detail levels the treble is pretty reasonable, just a hint subdued. None of that matters though, these are all about the bass and you buy or don’t buy these on that basis alone. It’s monstrously epic. It’s got a ton of power behind it and a sense of scale that seems without limit. Its soundstaging is very impressive but it serves just to give the bass more space to pound you from. Seriously, my sinuses feel like they have just been violated. For me, well I’m not a fan. For you? I know some people who would positively wet themselves with excitement for this much bass coming their way. If you think that might be you, give them a go and you’ll likely be as pleased as punch with their prolific and endless low end output.
Value: Clearly you pay a bit for the name but if you want the soundstage and that bass, you are getting something a bit out of the ordinary.
Pro’s: Oh my god, sooooo much bass!!!!! Huge sounding.
Con’s: Oh dear god the bass practically assaults you.