“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
“This is my first review for a product so I maybe lacking details in some areas or using the wrong terms. Forgive me for that. I did buy these in Japan at a department store called Joshin so I don't have the technical details but you can find them here http://www.audio-technica.co.jp/atj/show_model.php?modelId=2305. In terms of USD I think I payed roughly $65 and they were definitely worth...” --purpledrank
“Here's my video review of the universal Roxanne, kindly loaned to me by Jerry Harvey. Notes: The tips I was using were given to me and are called SpinFit. I don't know of anyone selling them at present, but Jerry Harvey has said he is going to look into making them available. ” --Currawong
Manufacturer/Supplier: Audio-Technica U.S., Inc Manufacturer Part Number: ATH-CKM99 Brand Name: Audio-Technica Product Model: ATH-CKM99 Product Name: ATH-CKM99 Earphone Product Type: Earphone Connectivity Technology: Wired Wireless Technology: Not Applicable Cable Length: 23.62' Wireless Operating Distance: Not Applicable Sound Mode: Stereo Impedance: 16 Ohm Minimum Frequency Response: 5...
New Push-Pull Technology introduces the perfect balance of a moving diaphragm that goes forward and back to reproduce pure, well-balanced sound with wide frequency. “Dual Phase Push-Pull Drivers” reproduces wide audio range Dual 13mm drivers carefully engineered provide expanded audio field and precise response Aluminum housings designed to reduce unwanted resonance for crisp...
“ I feel obligated to share out-of-the-gate that I am no CIEM expert! As a matter of fact, I don't even particularly enjoy IEMs - I love over-ear or on-ear headphones. That said: Experiencing JH Audio's JH-13 Pro (now Freqphase) IEMs at Canjam 2009 was nothing short of a revelation for me. As a matter of fact, the experience was so far from anything I had to compare it with that I ended...” --mikemercer
“ The JH13 Pro was my first purchase of high-end personal audio equipment so it's difficult for me to provide a fair comparison (prior to purchasing them, I was listening to iPhone earbuds), but I can safely say that I couldn't possibly be happier with my purchase. The process of getting the impressions made was painless (albeit a bit expensive in the San Francisco Bay Area), and...” --WKHarmon
“ I orederd a pair of JH 16Pro IEMs in May. It is now June 15th. Since ordering the first pair, I have returned at my cost of $21.15 each time, the IEMs three times. Each time, Caleb Ellis, who manages the department that makes the IEMs, said he could not explain what had happened. The left IEM of the first pair fitted perfectly with the impressions I paid an ...” --rollinoswald
“ 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