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The Control-i riffs off of the original Control headphone and improves it overall with updated structural components and drivers. The shape of the cups mimics the 70s hi-fi studio monitor while incorporating modern audio specs and functionality. The headphone covers the ear, mitigating and minimizing outside noise interference while soft, plush ear cup cushions enhance the experience of the speaker and maintain comfort.
When they set out to make the perfect pair of headphones, the designers at Eskuché (a phonetic spelling of the Spanish word for "listen”) drew inspiration from classic industrial schematics. The goal: to produce a perfectly aligned left and right balance, to give the listener the feeling of being fully engulfed in sound. As you might be able to tell, this company is picky about its products, and is dedicated to meeting what it calls the Obsessive Compulsive Frequency: having it all — audiophile quality, ultra-hip aesthetics — without sacrificing anything. Models like the powder blue Control V2 and the 1970s-influenced 33i headphones come with thick ear cup cushions and sturdy structural components to deliver those big sounds as long as possible.