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post #46 of 157
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Originally Posted by Marcus_C View Post
These look really nice actually and i'll probably need some new iem's later in the year so will consider these as for what they are I really liked the sa1's.
The sa6 are a few notch higher than the sa1 in sq imo

but its a good guage of sleek audio house signature and characteristics
post #47 of 157
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Originally Posted by Junliang View Post
but its a good gauge of sleek audio house signature and characteristics
That's what I was getting at; never having had the chance to hear the sa6!
post #48 of 157
Before I noticed this thread I posted a new thread here: http://www.head-fi.org/forums/f103/s...gazine-483365/

Price has been disclosed.
post #49 of 157
Oh wow the aesthetics are teh secks. On my radar!
post #50 of 157
They look really tasty! Maybe SA6 goes down in price a notch too.
post #51 of 157
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Originally Posted by IPodPJ View Post
Before I noticed this thread I posted a new thread here: http://www.head-fi.org/forums/f103/s...gazine-483365/

Price has been disclosed.
Lol, the price was already disclosed in the OP of this thread haha.

Thanks for more info though
post #52 of 157
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post #53 of 157
These sure look sexy as hell. I always worry, however, about things w/ adjustable parts & such; makes me concerned w/ durability. Maybe my concerns are unfounded, but I prefer simple, solid designs. In any event, I can't wait to read impressions from people when they start to ship.
post #54 of 157
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Originally Posted by feverfive View Post
These sure look sexy as hell. I always worry, however, about things w/ adjustable parts & such; makes me concerned w/ durability. Maybe my concerns are unfounded, but I prefer simple, solid designs.
I don't know - what was the track record with the SA6?
post #55 of 157
Actually, that was my biggest complaint about my SA6 -- the bass port pieces kept falling out and getting lost. A more durable enclosure might help with that a bit, though.
post #56 of 157
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Originally Posted by KLS View Post
I was thinking the same too. TF10 also have similar size I think. By the way from my little experience grill wax-guard is usually used in dynamic IEMs.
yea but the difference between these two is that UE10 is binozle.. i believe this is not ?

single ? dual ? tri armature ?
post #57 of 157
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Originally Posted by tenjintuned View Post
yea but the difference between these two is that UE10 is binozle.. i believe this is not ?

single ? dual ? tri armature ?

@tenjintuned, it's a dual balanced armature, as stated in first post
post #58 of 157

i wonder how these will fit in anyone's ear? it doesn't look like any iem ive seen so far. the body seems too big and its not "bent".

 

(this is a serious question)

post #59 of 157
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From my last experience with SA6, which shared the same general shape (though smaller), it should fit in an average person's ears just fine. The picture makes in look a little bigger but proportionally it really isn't bigger than any IEM we have seen so far.

post #60 of 157

God, these look sick

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