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    Tangzu Princess Chang Le Earphone


    • HiFi Quality & 6mm Micro Dynamic Driver
    • 4-Axis Cnc Craving Aluminum Alloy Shell
    • Traditional Chinese Aesthetic Design
    • OFC Silver Plated Wire

    An Exquisite yet Diminutive Work of Art

    Tangzu’s illustrious Tang Dynasty historical figure series of earphones have hitherto released four models, namely Shimin Li, Yuan Li, Wan'er S.G, and Zetian Wu. And Princess Chang Le, the fifth product of their Tang Dynasty historical figure series, inherits Tangzu’s conception of blending the stylistic sensibilities of that epoch. One can with ease distinguish it from mundane products through its appearance alone.

    Light in Weight and Compact in Stature

    Princess Chang Le has endeavored to be “small yet beautiful.” It reduces the magnitude of the entire headset; the weight of the headset becomes markedly light, rendering it most agreeable to one’s ear. Concurrently, it utilizes a metallic shell. Upon Rapunzel’s metallic shell, the pattern of the “shou” is designed. In traditional Chinese culture, this “shou” pattern signifies imploring the gods to bless people by sparing them from the strike of calamity and endowing them with longevity and robust health. This also resonates with the sturdy and durable characteristics of its metallic casing.

    Durable and Reliable OFC Silver-Plated Wire

    Princess Chang Le comes with a 3.5mm jack, which can connect to the vast majority of headphone devices. Its headphone cable length measures approximately 1.2m, while the material is OFC silver-plated. Princess Chang Le ’s distortion rate is under 0.5%, and its frequency response range is between 20Hz to 20kHz. Considering its price, one can scarcely ask for more from it.

    The History of Princess Changle

    Princess Chang Le, formerly known as Lizhi Li, was the cherished daughter of Emperor Shimin Li of the Tang Dynasty. The Empero Shiminr Li was preparing a dowry for her that far surpassed the specifications of an ordinary princess. This elicited a vehement reaction from the people of the Tang Dynasty at that time. Furthermore, she was exceptionally adept at calligraphy and painting, and history exalted her as a graceful, refined, kindhearted, and beautiful princess.