Phiaton was honored with Japan's “Good Design Award” for its PS 320 Primal Series headphones. Phiaton’s PS 320 features a coaxial dual driver system that delivers a wider frequency response and higher definition reproduction for discerning music lovers. Phiaton won the “Good Design Award” in the “Network/Personal Audio-Video Equipment” category. They were chosen from almost 3,000 entries from around the world.
Jong-Bae Lee, Chairman of Phiaton Corporation, said, “Phiaton is very honored to once again receive the extremely prestigious “Good Design Award” from Japan’s Industrial Design Promotion Organization, this time for the PS 320. This award underscores Phiaton’s ongoing dedication to design excellence in all of our personal audio products.”
The Good Design Award (generally known as the "G Mark system") is Japan's only comprehensive design evaluation and commendation system. The Good Design Awards accept submissions from around the world and has earned a reputation for being a prestigious trademark for outstanding design and quality. Good Design Awards have been presented to 34,000 products to date.
Phiaton’s PS 320 headphones ($199 MSRP) are designed for music aficionados who want to enjoy every last note and detail of their favorite classical, jazz, rock or acoustic music. Compact, lightweight and supremely comfortable, these closed air, dynamic headphone feature leather ear cups and soft ear pads that assure relaxing comfort even after hours of listening. Matching comfort with the latest in technology, the PS 320’s employs a coaxial dual dynamic driver with passive crossover network to ensure richer bass and the full spectrum of the high frequency range. The dual driver system incorporates a 40mm subwoofer, middle range speaker and a 16mm in one housing for superior music reproduction.