Periodic Audio Mg, Ti, and Be In-Ear Monitors
The three in-ear models debuted were:
- The Mg ($99) - high-magnesium content magnesium/aluminum alloy transducer
- The Ti ($199) - pure titanium transducer
- The Be ($299) - pure beryllium transducer
The bodies are all made of polycarbonate and the only difference between the three is the metal used for the transducer, which is a single wideband dynamic transducer design, eliminating the need for a crossover. The polycarbonate body construction makes them extremely light (9.2-9.8 grams, depending on the model) and manageable in extreme temperatures.
Another cool thing: each IEM comes with small, medium, and large tips (silicone single/dual flange, memory foam). After a few months of living with them, customers can reach out to Periodic to let them know which tips worked best for them and receive a few complimentary sets of tips. You don’t often find this level of service at the $99 price point. Cool.
It’s quite impressive considering that only eight months have passed since the company’s conception. Pre-sales will start on February 15 and shipping will begin in early March.
Their promotional material looked very appropriate for Inner Fidelity:
Here's the video of Dan introducing Periodic Audio: