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I wonder why somebody hasn't made an adapter (is it possible) for Apple compatible phones to work with Android?

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I think you'd like the CKR9 from Audio Technica. It's a very similar overall sound to the GR07, but with more subbass, less sibilance, and a much improved soundstage. The midrange is more forward as well making them a bit less recessed than the GR07 (not that I ever had issue with the GR07's detailed mids). The CKR9 was that GR07 on steroids that I was looking for and I'm still blown away by the resolution, depth, control, and detail that I hear when I listen to it. 

Thanks ZapX629! Sounds interesting ... possible to try

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I've decided I'll just spend a bunch (compared to my current $55 VSD3S) and go with a very entry level CIEM for around 250-300 ish but now the T20 pops up? Some Sony BA's and Dunu's caught my eye as well. Much more strong choices in that price range :/
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I wonder why somebody hasn't made an adapter (is it possible) for Apple compatible phones to work with Android?

 

It has been done already a quick google search and you'll find a lot of options!

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