Torque headphones and earbuds use subtractive equalization to cut off certain frequency ranges and sharpen others. Change up the valves so that the bass in a jazz song is different than that of an electronic one.
Maker Yasu Yamamoto likens listening to a fingerprint—it’s unique to each individual. Torque caters to this subjectivity. You can customize the musical tone, beat, and sound to accentuate each genre’s characteristics.
The material of the speakers is actually a lab-grown, bio-cellulose membrane that works at a high velocity with incredible dynamics. You’ll be able to hear a balanced, nuanced rendition of songs the way they were produced.