Drop and Axel Grell come together to create OEA1 Pure Audio headphones

Drop and Axel Grell have teamed up to deliver their Drop + Grell OAE1 Signature Headphones

Axel Grell and the community-driven e-commerce brand Drop have teamed up to create high-end audio headset. Meet the Drop + Grell OAE1 Signature Headphones, a limited edition product that leverages Grell’s three decades of audio engineering to deliver audio excellence.

These OAE1 headphones feature a driver-forward open-around-ear design to deliver a natural and realistic sound field. These headphones are designed around the structure of the human ear to deliver an excellent audio experience directing sound into your ear canal with minimal acoustic refection.

The Drop + Grell OAE1 is available for $349 through Drop, with only 1,000 pieces being available at this reduced price. Below are the full specifications of these new Signature headphones.

Drop + Grell OAE1 Specifications

  • Frequency Response: 12-32,000 Hz (-3db) 6-44,000 Hz (-10db)
  • Transducer principal: Dynamic
  • Ear coupling: Circumaural
  • Sound characteristic: Front oriented loudness diffuse field equalization
  • Adaption to the individual hearing curve: Soundfield pinna interaction
  • Nominal impedance: 38 ohms
  • Sound pressure level at 1 kHz 1VRMS: 106 dB
  • Maximum long term input power: 500 mW
  • THD at 1 kHz 100dB: 0.05%
  • Weight (without cable): 365 g

The Drop + Grell OAE1 Signature Headphones are a limited-edition product with only 1,000 pieces available for pre-order at $349 (MSRP $399). For more information about the Drop + Grell OAE1 Signature Headphones, please visit the Drop website.

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You can join the discussion on the Drop + Axel Grell OAE1 Signature Headphones on the OC3D Forums.

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