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Originally Posted by KLS View Post
I just checked Gyratech, seems like the PR1Pro is all sold out...
Well, looks like I was the harbinger of doom there.

On another note, I was looking up prices for the PR100/PR200 this morning and stumbled on this. Looks like tstarn is selling his backup PR1s. Might be the last chance at a new pair for US buyers .
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i guess the next person that see that post and wants to buy them will make them officially out of the market ;p
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I have a friend who has PR1 Pros and isn't really happy with them. He thinks they're OK but he can't get a good fit with them ... wonder if I could tempt him to sell them.
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Out of wonderful reviews, I bought a pair of PR1 Pro and it only lasted a couple of months! It was a great IEM for its money, but the build quality was awful. I havent used it heavily, but I could only use them about 2-3 months. After then, left one lost the half of the volume and started to crack. Now, only the right one is working. So, there is more than merely the SQ, but the durability. I'll avoid any cheap Chinese products from now on. I had lots of bad experience with chinese products but I had always hoped that they would manage to manufacture a quality item with no durability issue this time but I have always dissappointed. I swear no Chinese product will no more seduce and deceive me!!!
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