Enjoy the sound of your favourite songs as the artist intended.

Making an in-ear monitor for personal listening pleasure is quite different to making a in-ear monitor for a musician to use.

Unlike a musician on stage who will only want to hear certain elements (a drummer will want a different set up to a singer for example) a music lover wants to enjoy what the artist created in all its glory, highs, lows and mids in their entirety.

IMR does not create flat frequency response in-ear monitors because apart from the fact it sounds horrible and boring its is NEVER how it was recorded. Bass is meant to be dynamic, rich and present when the track presents it while constantly bringing the midrange to the front and presenting treble in a precise and non fatiguing manner.

The Aten Driver

The core of the IMR house sound is based on what we call our Aten driver and is achieved this through the combination of beryllium composite and ceramic drivers in a dual driver unit.

Enjoy the sound of your favourite songs as the artist intended.

Ceramic drivers have been around for a very long time also (commonly called Piezo) and have been used in a multitude of electronics over the years

We have over the past few years started to become a feature of many high end home speaker systems but in order to miniaturise them for in-ear monitor use a whole new approach had to be taken and rather than use a cone we use a ceramic plate (Piezo) for the upper mids and high frequencies.

The ceramic plate is immensely consistent in sound reproduction and unlike balanced armatures it does not require lots of taming (dampers) of the high end and a multitude of drivers to actually make the in-ear monitor sound good.

Used by Grammy award nominated Musicians and Producers from across the musical genre spectrum

IMR uses a combination of drivers in addition to the Aten driver including Planar magnetic and Electrostatic drivers.