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In-ear Headphones with Mic & Volume Control

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  • Overview
  • Features
  • Specifications
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  • Q & A

  • Overview

    Larger 10.7 mm drivers give ATH-CKM300iS in-ear headphones an added boost of bass power, while the brass stabilizers absorb unwanted vibration and provide clearer mid and high frequencies. And the integrated controller lets you easily answer calls and play, pause and control the volume of your music . The condenser microphone is ideal for voice intelligibility, so you can be heard clearly when you’re talking, and enjoy your music in high resolution when you’re not.
  • Features

    • Larger 10.7 mm drivers with a greater low end power

    • Uniquely shaped brass stabilizers absorb unwanted vibration and provide clear mid-high frequencies

    • Controller enables volume control, call answer/end, play/pause music or video clip

    • Condenser microphone, ideal for phone calls

    • Compatible with many smartphone and tablet models

    • Available in black, white, blue and red
  • Specifications

    Driver Diameter10.7 mm
    Frequency Response5 – 24,000 Hz
    Maximum Input Power200 mW
    Sensitivity104 dB/mW
    Impedance16 ohms
    Weight5.2 g
    Cable1.2 m Y-type
    Connector3.5 mm (1/8”) mini-stereo, gold-plated
    Accessories IncludedProtective pouch, eartips (XS/S/M/L), conversion cord (L-type)
    Type (Microphone)Condenser
    Sensitivity (Microphone)-40 dB (0 dB=1V/Pa, 1 kHz)
    Frequency Response (Microphone)100-10,000 Hz
    Polar Pattern (Microphone)Omnidirectional

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  • Q & A

    Are these compatible with Samsung Galaxy S4s?


    The ATH-CKM300iS are CTIA Compliant, and should work with a Samsung GS4. If you have any further questions or for any correspondence, please contact the Audio-Technica United States (ATUS) Audio Solutions Team and include your original question and this response, at: Thanks!