Yamaha’s EPH-M200 earphones (MSRP: $150) combine both style and technology. The curved shape of the  EPH-M200 causes the earphones to virtually disappear when placed in your ears. The phones are available in three colors; black, red and white. The special serrated cord helps to prevent cord tangling and also reduces friction noise through the cord that could affect sound quality. Attached to the cord is an  iPhone/iPod/iPad-compatible inline remote/microphone that can be used for volume control, track selection and voice communications. Bundled with the M200 are 5 different sizes of ear buds which allow the M200’s to fit snugly inside your ear with minimal sound leakage. The M200’s also include a gold-plated quarter-inch adapter and a carrying case for convenience.

Yamaha EPH M200 Earphones

The EPH-M200 earphones aren’t just about looks. Inside the little phones, Yamaha has what they call beta-titanium sound tubes. The tubes have minuscule slots cut out of the sides which allow them to flex to the shape of your ear. However, despite their ability to flex, the rigid nature of the beta-titanium reduces resonance inside the ear which in effect improves overall sound quality.

Yamaha EPH M200 Earphones Beta Titanium


Yamaha claims that the EPH-M200 have a frequency response of 20Hz – 20 kHz. To achieve this, the earphones use a large 15mm driver with a powerful neodymium magnet to produce full range sound.


If you’re eager to get your hands on a set, the Yamaha EPH-M200 earphones are scheduled to go on sale within the next few months.

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