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post #16 of 24
and so it has spread
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post #17 of 24
uhh Teac brings back nasty memorys of crappy audio equipment i had of theirs as a young teen, really wouldnt want to go back there and start buying their headphones.
post #18 of 24
x2. I don't like those tips because they don't go in deep enough. Looks like they would either fall out or not seal well. Not as well as something that goes in deeper. Plus, wouldn't that make the occlusion effect worse with a shallow seal?
post #19 of 24
Down to $199 on Full Compass, but still no review even on Amazon.
post #20 of 24
Those tips look like quite a novel idea.
post #21 of 24

Down to $140 on J&R

  Am a bit curious about these!

http://www.jr.com/tascam/pe/TAS_ZE1000/

 

Are only available by special order right now though...

post #22 of 24

Down to $75 on amazon. I bought a pair and will receive them tomorrow. I'll post a quick comparison to my current IEM collection (SE535, SE215, earpods, IE80, FitEar 334, (ha))
 

post #23 of 24
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Originally Posted by devgru View Post

Down to $75 on amazon. I bought a pair and will receive them tomorrow. I'll post a quick comparison to my current IEM collection (SE535, SE215, earpods, IE80, FitEar 334, (ha))
 


Hard to drive. They fit well with the supplied silicones. Nothing special, but I a bit more body than the ADDIEMS. Worth the $70.

post #24 of 24

Selling my Teac ZE-1000 in the classified forum and the popular auction site.

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