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Can't find the Cyclone PR1 Pro on ebay now. Does anyone know of another source?
post #107 of 244
Thread Starter 
I managed to snag a backup set though, but now I don't know if I'll need it since I got sets of the Music Valley Sp1 and several other low-key Asian IEMs.

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Can't find the Cyclone PR1 Pro on ebay now. Does anyone know of another source?
Yep, they seem to be sold out at the moment. I think I got the last pair, too. Best option is probably to check back often. I'll try to keep this thread updated.
post #108 of 244
I sent a message to the seller asking if he had plans to offer them again in the near future.
post #109 of 244
Cyclone are rebranding so I wouldn't be surprised if stock dried up for a while.
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Cyclone are rebranding so I wouldn't be surprised if stock dried up for a while.
Well, dang!
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post #112 of 244
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I got a response from one of the ebay sellers. No ETA .

The Gyratech site seems a little pricier than ebay but I think the Cyclones are easily worth the $55 they're charging.
post #113 of 244
Guess we'll have to wait for ECCI to resurface. PR1 | ECCI-产å“介ç»
post #114 of 244
I got a pair of these for my friend as a birthday present, and man I was so impressed when I tried them out. (After giving them to him of course Though it was tempting to open the box) ljokerl is right, there is startlingly punchy bass in these things. For the price they are tremendous value, even in the brief period I listened to them with no burn in.
post #115 of 244
As I might have said too many times, these phones are a mile ahead of any others I've heard in the under-$100 category. With the hybrid tips, amazingly comfy, and they just deliver on every level. It's really too bad they are so hard to find/buy. A shame.
post #116 of 244
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They have reduced the price to US$51.30
post #117 of 244
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I've come across that site a few times when i was searching for those so called "chinese" earphones. I have tried to send them email asking for specs for monitor 02, and the responded with pretty darn good english (sorry for my stereotype )

also, they have some sort of warranty stuff (here: Conditions of Use : Gyratech International Online Store), sounds cool with me
post #118 of 244
What to do, what to do? The Cyclone PR1s with shipping are about $61. The MeElectronics Ai-M6 are about $38 with shipping from Overstock.
post #119 of 244
Tough one. Joker, any thoughts? I have never heard the M6, but the PR1s are fantastic, even at that price.
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What to do, what to do? The Cyclone PR1s with shipping are about $61. The MeElectronics Ai-M6 are about $38 with shipping from Overstock.
If you're considering the M6, you may as well consider the new M9 for $20. With the update in build quality, and virtually no difference in sound, they are probably a better buy then the M6 - unless of course you're just enamored with the over-the-ear design.
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