AM3D provides audio enhancement for new wireless headphone amplifier from Audio-Technica

Established in 1962, Audio-Technica is a worldwide group of companies devoted to the design, manufacture, marketing and distribution of audio equipment of outstanding quality. Their mics have been used for nine consecutive years at the Grammy Awards, which is a clear sign of this quality.

We are delighted to be incorporated in one of Audio-Tecnica's newest consumer products; The brand new wireless headphone amplifier AT-PHA50BT.

Audio Technica headphone amplifier

The high-output headphone amplifier emits a powerful sound with excellent performance. Four different AM3D effect modes with various boosting options can be selected to suit your music and taste.

- This is a great product for consumers who want more than the ordinary audio experience given by regular headphones. It's easy to use and enjoy the effects in an instance and we hope, that a lot of consumers around the world will enjoy the benefits of this little box of wonders, says Jacob N. Andersen, Senior Vice President in AM3D A/S.

AM3D Transducer Equalisation is a vital component to optimise the speaker playback, and the overall perceived sound quality is improved significantly.

AM3D Bass Enhancement boosts the low frequency part of the sound signal and leaves the remaining part of the frequency range unchanged in terms of loudness and timbre. This gives the possibility to create extreme bass enhancement improving the listening experience.

Multi-channel and stereo contents are not intended for playback on small devices such as headphones. AM3D Virtual Surround Sound overcomes this problem by using binaural technology to create virtual sound sources, which simulates the intended loudspeaker set-ups needed for optimum playback. When played back, it produces a profound surround sound perception and an enhanced center optimum for music playback.

Audio-Technica wireless headphone amplifier AT-PHA50BT was launched November 14, 2014 in Japan. Read more here (Only in Japanese)