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Ocharaku Co-Donguri IEM

Ocharaku Co-Donguri IEM

“Some "Provenance" to the Brand Name:   Ocharaku is a "tea themed" company based in Japan. Focusing on Dynamic Driver IEM's, Ocharaku pushes the envelope when it comes to breaking the negative "dynamic driver" stigma (Balanced Armatures being viewed as the superior transducers by audio snobs). Utilizing resonance chambers and other proprietary technologies, Ocharaku is pushing the...” --kevingzw

100% Positive Reviews
Ocharaku Flat-4

Ocharaku Flat-4

“This is my take on the SUI version of the Flat4 Dynamic driver IEMs from Ocharaku of Japan , and is taken from my review on earphonia.com .   Ocharaku Flat-4 SUI – In Ear Tech Is Driven Further Forward by Takeanidea Flat-4 Sui Ocharaku Earphone SOUND SIGNATURE 8.5/10 BUILD QUALITY 7/10 VALUE 8/10 PROS Bass in the realms of a full sized Sub and mid bass punch and...” --Takeanidea

100% Positive Reviews
Ocharaku Flat-4 KAEDE

Ocharaku Flat-4 KAEDE

The Ocharaku Flat4-Kaede The name Flat4 is derived from the description "Full-range 2-Element 4-Way Effect." According to the company website this 4-way effect is as follows: 1st effect Placement of opposed elements reduces mechanical vibration due to anti-resonance. 2nd effect Twin element parallel drive improves sound pressure sensitivity of low to middle frequency sound. 3rd...

Scosche HP6NC Active Noise Cancelling Ear Buds

Scosche HP6NC Active Noise Cancelling Ear Buds

Active Noise-canceling Earbuds Actively Eliminates Up To 75% Of Unwanted Noise Includes 3 Comfort Fit Silicone Inserts Convenient In-line Control Hub Houses Noise Cancellation Circuitry Includes 1 Aaa Battery Includes Iphone (tm) Adapter, Airplane Adapter & Carrying Case

Scosche IEM856M Reference In-Ear Monitors with tapLINE III Remote & Microphone (White)

Scosche IEM856M Reference In-Ear Monitors with tapLINE III Remote & Microphone (White)

“I bought these becuse they seemed high tech and were 75% off. They were strangley not comfertable or user friendly enough for me to put more than 30 hrs on them. Two years later I just pulled them out for comapison reference, and they actually sounded pretty good. They are still fiddley, meaning, I am always aware that they are there, and the bass is meh, ok, and the treble is tiring. I have...” --aafanatic

100% Positive Reviews
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