How do you choose headphones for beginners: What are the headphone listening styles?
By email@example.com Apr 15, 2019
Many times, when we talk about headphones, we often hear many people say "moving
the circle", "moving iron" and "circling iron". The principle of over and over
again is clear, but many users don't know all kinds of things. The sound style of
the unit headphones, the author will briefly introduce the following, so that
everyone has a preliminary sound perception:
market. The principle is to use a current to flow through the conducting coil to
generate a magnetic field, the magnetic field interacts with the permanent magnet
material to push the film to vibrate to produce sound.
The overall sound of the dynamic unit is particularly strong, the connection
between the high and low frequencies is natural and smooth, and the overall
soft, flexible low frequency and a full midrange. The sound field is large but
there will be some leakage. It is not enough to completely isolate the ambient
The moving iron earphone appears after the moving coil earphone. The moving iron
is driven by the signal current to drive the connecting rod to the center point of
a miniature magnetic diaphragm to generate vibration and sounds. Dynamic iron
headphones are widely used due to their high sound quality and small size.
These headphones have high sensitivity, transient performance and resolution, and
are far superior to dynamic earplugs in terms of dynamic music, instantaneous
detail and sound density. However, due to the size limitation and the sealed
design, most of the moving iron earplugs still have no open dynamic headphones in
terms of sound field.
Of course, in recent years, there are "circular iron" earphones that combine the
two. The low frequency is responsible for the moving coil, and the medium and high
frequency is responsible for the moving iron. Each of them plays their own
advantages. Of course, the ring iron earphones means that the earphones must have
multiple units. Therefore, to make a good voice depends on the tuning of the