Brand new flagshipIn 2018, NG Eurus shocked everyone with its technology. It uses a structure of four micro-electrostatic cells + eight moving iron units, sounding the clarion call for the era of hybrid cooperation of various types of sound-generating units, led by electrostatics. In 2020, NG Khaos was born, with a hybrid architecture of four electrostatics, four moving irons and one moving coil. While continuing to gain a high reputation, it also provided the industry with a classic idea of a static and electrostatic hybrid architecture.
E r e b u sNew generation flagship earbuds
1 moving coil | 6 moving iron | 8 electrostatic unit
Officially released: November 11, 2022 (FRI)
Deep black and mellowNG Erebus continues NGaudio's tradition of naming its in-ear monitor products. After two years of research and development, NGaudio injects the industry's first unit architecture and technological concepts into Among its new flagship products. Nowadays, Erebus will assume the role of the new king, vowing to provide the most refined sound to the vast number of IEM enthusiasts.
NGAudio has never been based on stacking materials. Quantity without quality is what NAudio strives to avoid when carving out each headphone. However, pursuing the ultimate and further improving NG’s family-style tuning requires constant exploration and trial and error. Finally, NAudio's acoustic engineers discovered that compared to the four-electrostatic architecture that they have been familiar with and maturely using for more than four years, only by doubling the number of electrostatic units in it can they achieve a comprehensive evolution based on the Khaos core tone. Moreover, on the basis of the original four moving irons of Khaos, Erebus has added two high-frequency moving irons, which makes the beautiful sound of the extremely high frequencies of the eight micro-electrostatic units achieve an incredibly smooth transition to the mid-frequency; Newly developed The 9.2mm large size reinforced magnet dynamic coil also elevates the iconic low frequency that NG has left a deep impression on people over the years to an unimaginable new level in terms of quality.
BlackBeautiful music is the crystallization of inspiration for artists. As the carrier of music, headphones are the ultimate goal that headphone craftsmen devote all their efforts to achieve the ultimate goal of how to interpret the perfect sound. This is no exception in NGAudio's studio. At the beginning of the Erebus project, NAudio designers tried many non-mask materials to make the headphone cavity in order to achieve more personalized appearance elements. Therefore, the designers carefully selected the same batch of units, capacitors and resistors, and assembled two Erebus prototypes with the same length of in-machine welding wires for testing and listening. However, the cavity made from Khaos' NG exclusive masking material can make the sound background of Erebus purer, which is commonly known as "blacker background".
During the development process of Erebus, designers discovered by chance that the electrostatic unit transformer would cause significant fluctuations in the sound pressure value of the electrostatic unit in different magnetic field environments. Therefore, NGaudio used superb craftsmanship to revolutionarily add a special treatment of a mask layer to the internal transformer and unit surface of Erebus, allowing the units in Erebus to achieve a more stable ideal working state. Finally, Erebus, which implements the concept of "masking" to the end, can create an unusually deep background when the music is played back. Thanks to this, the overall sound of Erebus is more stable, and the amount of information and density have been fully improved. With Erebus, the vision of NGAudio's acoustic engineers has taken great strides forward. "Black" to the end, "pure" to the extreme, NAudio's designers are just like excellent music artists, always planning and coordinating the inspiration that bursts out, and deeply cultivating it into practice.
To alcoholAs one of the first manufacturers to apply Danish sound micro-electrostatic units to IEM products, NAudio has perfectly demonstrated its electrostatic magician capabilities in its new flagship Erebus. Doubling the number of four electrostatic units in the Khaos unit and "stacking" to achieve "the first in the industry" was definitely not the original intention of the creator of Erebus. The decision to introduce eight acoustic electrostatic units in the new flagship this time is the result of NGAudio trying and overturning a large number of plans during the research and development process, just to continue the NG family's sound gene and fully evolve it on Erebus. Through in-depth modification of the electrostatic unit and continuous debugging of the eight electrostatic arrays, the designers have successfully used the unique high-frequency transparency and extension of the electrostatic unit to smoothly cover and lead to full-band sound performance.
Trial and error regardless of cost brings ultimate innovation. Erebus benefits from eight extremely high-frequency electrostatic units, two high-frequency moving irons, four medium-low frequency moving irons, and a 9.2mm reinforced magnet moving coil. The cooperation provides the listener with an unparalleled smooth listening experience. Erebus has a sound field performance that surpasses all previous NG IEM products, as well as more delicate high-frequency overtones and overall transparency. Serious classical music has always been NGaudio's traditional strength, and Erebus can also bring mellow vocals and full, natural instrumental textures to pop music lovers.