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NOTE:  If you can't see the embedded video above, please CLICK HERE to see the video.     In this Head-Fi exclusive, we take a look at Jerry Harvey Audio's two new universal-fit Siren Series IEMs, the Layla and the Angie, which will be officially announced a little later in Tokyo.   The JH Audio Layla is a 12-driver (quad-low, quad-mid, quad-high) in-ear monitor, and is the new flagship of the Jerry Harvey Audio line. The universal-fit Layla is priced at...
$160 with shipping included on a headphone bought for $150 isn't a flip, to my mind. You're fine.
Okay, I've deleted several posts. If you want to start a separate thread about the stuff that's off-topic in this one, go right ahead. But this thread is about the AudioQuest NightHawk.
 No, volume would be controlled on the Hugo.
I'm in! U.S. or non-U.S. partner is fine. Thanks for setting this up, Steve.
  In being named a 2015 CES Innovation Awards Honoree (Headphones) and 2015 Best of Innovation Winner (Eco-Design and Sustainable Technology), the upcoming AudioQuest NightHawk full-size, semi-open headphone has been somewhat unexpectedly outed. I trust this upcoming NightHawk will soon be the first thing that comes to mind on Head-Fi when someone says "AudioQuest." Currently, most of you probably know AudioQuest for their high-end cables and, of course, the AudioQuest...
 True. True. There is, however, always the option--if you're cool with using a tablet or a phone as transport--of creating a demo playlist with Tidal, and then downloading the playlist to the device ahead of the event. Of course, that's not as cool as search-for-whatever-you-want-right-now-on-the-spot, but it's one way Tidal might still be used, even if the bandwidth ends up being less than ideal for hundreds of concurrent Tidal streams.
 We will have some space for member systems at this CanJam. More details to follow.
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