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Audio-Technica ATH-CK10 Portable In-Ear Headphones

Audio-Technica ATH-CK10 Portable In-Ear Headphones

“Background: The Audio-Technica CK10 is a dual BA IEM that was released in 2008, back then in those simpler times, CIEMs were a highly niche market, three BA drivers per ear was considered a lot, and $500 on a pair of IEMs would be considered preposterous. The market that the CK10 faced then is a completely different world from IEMs today, and given the last review for these here was done...” --mrstrangeguy

100% Positive Reviews
Audio Technica ATH-IM02 balanced amature inner earphone

Audio Technica ATH-IM02 balanced amature inner earphone

“I'm not going to review this,so just put honest comment here.     Comfort is decent, Isolation is so that I can't hear my mother yell, Light bass but punchy and tight ... I don't care about bass so just put it as that , Detail and soundstage is decent for a price (I except a big upgrade from SHE3590 and RE400 but for IEM I guess it can't be as Dramatically as Speaker or...” --Lionlian

100% Positive Reviews
Audio-Technica In-Ear Headphones ATH-CKR9 (Japan Import)

Audio-Technica In-Ear Headphones ATH-CKR9 (Japan Import)

“  I've had my eye on the Audio Technica CKR series for a good while now. Reading reviews from Head-fiers earfonia and vlenbo had me as excited to hear them as I've been about any headphone. Since I've been exploring other AT products in recent months, including the excellent value IM50 and IM70, it only made sense for me to buy a pair of their higher end budget headphones and the CKR9 was...” --ZapX629

100% Positive Reviews
Audio-Technica ATH-IM50 Dual symphonic-driver In-ear Monitor headphones

Audio-Technica ATH-IM50 Dual symphonic-driver In-ear Monitor headphones

“I bought IM50 about 1 year ago after Soundmagic E10 and immediately notice that it sounds better than the already good E10. For 62 USD this is still my most expensive BNIB IEM to date. But unfortunately it is not my best IEM since I bought JVC FXT90 about 1 month ago. Overall FXT90 sound quality is slightly better than IM50. Both IM50 and FXT90 has fairly balanced sound with IM50 has...” --AzimAkbar

100% Positive Reviews
Audio-Technica ATH CKR9 LTD

Audio-Technica ATH CKR9 LTD

“The ATH-CK9LTD’s were purchased by me and I’m not in any way affiliated with Audio-Technica.   I’ve reviewed the ATH-CKR9 and ATH-CKR10 earlier, those reviews are available here:   http://www.head-fi.org/products/audio-technica-in-ear-headphones-ath-ckr9-japan-import/reviews/13273   And here:  ...” --peter123

100% Positive Reviews
Future Sonics Ear Monitors with 13mm MG6pro Dynamic Drivers

Future Sonics Ear Monitors with 13mm MG6pro Dynamic Drivers

“Future Sonics MG6Pro       Foreword:   If you’ve read any of my previous reviews or impressions, you know I’ve been a fan of dynamic drivers for a long time.  In general, I find them to be more textured in the low end and overall portray a more natural or realistic sound for most instruments.  As of recently I’ve rediscovered a love for the separation, layering and intimacy many great balanced...” --shotgunshane

80% Positive Reviews
AUDIO TECHNICA ATH-CKS50

AUDIO TECHNICA ATH-CKS50

“ CKS line improves the main problem of traditional audio technica products which was bass. CKS50 did not focus on the quantity but the quality of bass, it does not have the quantity for hard rock music but it was tight and powerful enough for pop-rock also it still have the sweet mids like audio technica do which makes my perfect choice for j-pop female vocal.” --Kiln

100% Positive Reviews
Future Sonics Spectrum Series: G10

Future Sonics Spectrum Series: G10

“ Synopsis: The Spectrum Series G10 is the next generation universal fit stage monitor from Future Sonics. Replacing the Atrio with a new driver, housing, and cables, the G10 surpasses it in detail and control throughout the frequency spectrum. It does this while keeping a tuning characterized by full sub-bass, a clear midrange with a small boost in the vocal region, and a balanced,...” --Kunlun

100% Positive Reviews
Audio Technica Sonic Fuel ATH-CKX9iS In-ear Headphones with In-line Mic & Control, Black

Audio Technica Sonic Fuel ATH-CKX9iS In-ear Headphones with In-line Mic & Control, Black

“Got this earphones for the sole purpose of working out/biking. Tested out multiple sports headsets (similarly priced), from sennheiser and bose. They tend to sound better, especially than the adidas sennheiser which sound pretty bad for the money. Great bass and clear mids and highs (considering it is bass-centric).    It is not neutral by any stretch, but you have to remember they...” --BenKatz

100% Positive Reviews
Audio Technica ATH-IM04 SonicPro Balanced In-Ear Monitor Headphones

Audio Technica ATH-IM04 SonicPro Balanced In-Ear Monitor Headphones

“Design:   The IM-04 is quiet bulky, but it is rounded off in the inner side, and with the short nozzles I have found no fitting issues whatsoever.  The body is shinny with pitch black color, and a gold logo of Audio Technica.  The shells are made of hard plastic, and of what kind of quality and durability is up to guesses, but I will have to go with "Japan made" and say...” --Whitigir

100% Positive Reviews
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