Finite Element Analysis helps to ensure that DITA’s components are structurally stable and well-engineered.
Equipped with an MMCX pin with a Twist Lock mechanism to prevent friction wear.
DITA uses a variety of precision engineering techniques, allowing for the precise working of brass and wood.
A DDT (DITA Dynamic Driver Technology) Gen 3 driver that utilises both composite material and stress diffusion methods. This driver is coherent within a specific signature. Mellow, spacious and emotional.
The Tuned Acoustic Chamber is a key element in every DITA product. It refers to the use of fluid dynamics to predict and control the airflow within the driver chamber of the earphone.