LAS VEGAS--Scosche's contribution to the CES fray includes three new headphone models added to its Realm dynamic range of headphones.First up are the RH1056mdbt "reference-grade" Bluetooth headphones with a 33-foot range and side-mounted earcup controls. Few other details are included in the presser, but with no indication of additional codec technology like aptX included, it's hard to believe that these sound any better than your standard A2DP Bluetooth profile.
The RH656md over-ear headphones look simple enough, with 40mm drivers, and like the other three, they're compatible with TuneQ, Scosche's in-house equalizer app for iOS and Android that fine-tunes frequency levels to your aural preferences.
Within the app, you can automatically build in your entire library and choose from between eight professional-level presets or specify your own.
Finally, the Realm IDR676md in-ear headphones are all about bass, with an integrated bass booster switch on the three-button wired remote and an angled design that contours to your ears for a secure fit and the tight seal that's so crucial to the sound-isolating experience.
No word yet on an official release date or pricing.