The ongoing CES 2012 has seen the introduction of the JVC HA-FX40 innerear headphones that lay claim to be the first ever headphones with carbon nanotubes technology. Dual-layer aluminum plated earphone housings promise better sound isolation. There are enough and more earpiece shapes to choose from so that you get the perfect fit for your auricular pleasure, or to be more exact there are three silicone earpieces in small, medium, and large size as well as one set of memory foam earpieces.
The HA-FX40 headphones promise crisp and faithful sound representation, especially in the mid-high frequency range, courtesy the carbon nanotube diaphragms and 8.5mm driver units. The 3.5-mm gold-plated plug ensures top-class sound quality and works with Apple devices. It is attached to a 1.2 meter OFC cord. You can buy these stylish headphones from March 2012 for $29.25. You can choose silver, black, blue, and red.