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Flare Audio R2Pro Earphones

Great things come in little packages!

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Pros: Kickstarter Price, Comfort, Overall SQ

Cons: Price? Upper mids

Introduction   I initially caught wind of Flare Audio and their offerings through a friend's Facebook post. Cutting a long story short I clicked the link and with each detail I read became more curious. Naturally each word, quote and technology packed description had me wanting to know a little more. To the point I just had to actually hear if it could be all be true! You can read more...
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Dunu Titan 1 Quick Review - A True Gem
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Powering its way onto the scene. The MKLL M-1 in-ear monitor
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Cons: Very low output impedance may trouble some sources

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