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Filipino Designed Timbre Headphones to Launch this December

A Filipino company, Startup - Upstart Enterprises, is set to launch the first Filipino designed headphones this December. Called Timbre (pronounced TAM-BER), these headphones have a maximum power input of 100mW and sensitivity of dB and features designs by Team Manila.

Timbre (pronounced TAM-BER), by definition, is the Color of Music. We take this literally and combine it with the concept of sound-color synaesthesia to come up with headphone art that actually represents something —be it qualities, genres, artists, places, or even generations of music.

What you see on your Timbre headphones is more than just artwork. We like to call it visual audio--music translated to art. Experience how Timbre and the power of music can bring color to our otherwise black and white world.

Timbre headphones will be available this December at Team Manila Lifestyle, Sole, Analog Soul, The A.Shop, Wooden Canvas, Vinyl on Vinyl, and Each headphone has an SRP of P2,499.

For more information about Timbre Headphones, please visit their official website at

Technical Specifications:

Loudhailer: 40 mm (Diameter)
Frequency Range: 20-20,000 MHz
Sensitivity: 110 dB
Impedance: 32 Ohm S.P.L. (at 1 KHz)
Maximum Power Input: 100 mW
Plug (mm): 3.5 mm stereo
Cable Length: ~ 1.5 m
Accessory: Volume Control


  1. Great Headphones!  I am looking for this type of head set. You explanation is excellent and clear. I was impressed with this post and am looking forward to reading more from you.

  2. ok na sana to kahit local brand peru hindi sya 7.1

  3. Price is not bad for headphones. Nonetheless, expensive for me. D:


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