Wow, I see the prices listed. $3,000 is a lot of money for a headphone. I think it mildly amusing that it says it is the first or only in ' nanometer thickness '. You can describe anything you want using a measurement of your choice. For instance this -diaphragm is 3 billion nanometers thick ! They don't say it is 1 nanometer or 10 or 100 etc, you get my drift.
I see that they offer headphones at a number of price points.
I am a relative newbee with headphones. Is $3K the typical price point for the top of the line for many manufacturers?