1-Year Local Warranty.
10mm dynamic driver.
Front enclosure: Stainless steel.
Body enclosure: ABS resin.
Rear enclosure: Various types of wood, stainless steel, brass, and copper.
MIROAK has been redesigned and renewed as MIROAK-II. The front enclosure utilises stainless steel, offering a sound similar to LOAK-S. The body’s resin enclosure, unlike a metal enclosure, provides a certain level of elasticity, dynamically moving the diaphragm. It deviates significantly from the light and delicate tonal quality of the previous MIROAK, featuring a lively and powerful sound characterised by the resin enclosure.
- Powerful and pronounced mid-low range.
- Easy to listen to with a mild tonal quality.
- Rich and impactful low frequencies due to the vibration suppression of the stainless steel enclosure and the suppleness of the resin enclosure.
Unlike the delicate and light, clear and easy-to-listen sound of the previous MIROAK, MIROAK-II offers a type of sound that is powerful and thick in the mid-low range while maintaining a mild and easy-to-listen quality. The high-contrast sound from the stainless steel enclosure, combined with the voluminous low frequencies from the resin material, produces a dynamic sound with impressive impact.
Produced with MMCX cable connection and disconnection.
Standard cable included (3.5mm).
Ear tips (S.M.L).
Others (sticker, simple manual, drawstring bag with logo, etc.)
This is the MIROAK-II crafted from Cocobolo wood. Cocobolo wood exhibits significant individual variations, with some pieces showing an orange hue when cut, while others have a deep caramel-like colour. Some have prominent black lines in the grain, while others have an overall brownish appearance.
Currently, Cocobolo wood is the most frequently chosen material for the MIROAK-II. Especially the Cocobolo being used recently tends to be hard and dry, resulting in a clear and distinct sound. In terms of hardness and density, it’s comparable to African Blackwood, which is one step up. However, Cocobolo has a slightly warmer tonal quality, making it an excellent choice when seeking a wood-specific sound.
Conversely, softer and oilier Cocobolo or Rosewood would provide an even warmer and fuller sound.
This is the MIROAK-II featuring Padauk wood. This particular piece has a slightly stronger reddish hue. The wood is hard but not exceptionally dense, offering a balanced combination of lightweight and hardness.
Sound-wise, it’s characterised by a bright mid-to-high range and a light, airy quality. It’s just a bit crisper in comparison to Cocobolo or Rosewood.
If you’re seeking a crisp, bright, and light-hearted sound, choosing wood with moderate density and hardness like Padauk is a good choice.
This is the MIROAK-II with copper used for the rear components. The blue hue of the copper is a result of the traditional colouring technique called “Copper Blue” from Momentum Factory Orii.
It delivers a strong sound with solid mid-range frequencies, but the super-high frequencies are more subdued. While it has a robust sound, it’s slightly milder in nature.