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When I called about 80 minutes ago, I was told that Sound Earphones are out of the PFE 132s.
However, they may receive some more on Monday.
I was then instructed to place a pre-order on the Sound Earphones website.
However, there is no way to order the 132s from their website.

http://www.soundearphones.com/products/phonak-pfe-132
I get a 404 from the above URL.

Milan

Just check up on this link and the price seems to have went up to $199.00. Am I missing something here?
post #8297 of 9236
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Just check up on this link and the price seems to have went up to $199.00. Am I missing something here?

Use code DEALZMODO to get $100 off the Phonak Audeo PFEs.

 

I couldn't resist and bought a pair of 132s. I love my PFEs and want to stock up for the future.

Grab them before the PFEs disappear forever!

post #8298 of 9236

*******it i was gonna buy one of these but I have no budget for the whole month:(

 

 

Sony MDR 7550 Professional - $350 MSRP

 

$180

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Sony-MDR-7550-Behind-The-Ear-Headphones-Dynamic-In-Ear-Monitor-NEW-/111097138430?pt=US_Headphones&hash=item19dde7ccfe

 

$204

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Sony-MDR-7550-EX800-EX800-ST-headphones-In-Ear-Monitor-Pro-Flagship-model-/111095612936?pt=US_Headphones&hash=item19ddd08608 

 

 

Word here is that MDR 7550 is basically a rebranded North American version of the Japanese EX 800ST made and tuned exclusively by Sony Music Communications Inc. of Japan... the same Sony department who makes the CD 900ST.  These ain't Sony consumer electronics grade.

http://www.smci.jp/headphones/


Edited by TheBoss - 6/15/13 at 9:18am
post #8299 of 9236

A bunch of Monster phones on sale. Including:
Monster Turbine Copper for 180$
Miles David Trumpet (ControlTalk) for 170$

http://monsterproducts.com/summerspecials/

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post #8301 of 9236
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Originally Posted by rockphantom View Post

Use code DEALZMODO to get $100 off the Phonak Audeo PFEs.


I couldn't resist and bought a pair of 132s. I love my PFEs and want to stock up for the future.

Grab them before the PFEs disappear forever!

Hi Rockphantom, thanks for the lead. I think it code was mentioned before and it just slip my mind. Will check it up again.
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post #8303 of 9236
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$300?

Were they less before?

A few units at $99.
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For Canadian's (and Head-fi members who know a Canadian ;) ) Future Shop has the Monster iSport Livestrong Immersion In-Ear Headphones (MHISRTIELSCTWW) - Yellow IEM on sale for $49 from $170 (note the website is not reflecting this price so this may be an in-store and possibly localised sale, the Calgary Shawnessy store for certain). Despite the color choice (Yellow) I decided to grab a pair since FS has such a simple return policy. So far I am liking what I am hearing for the price tag and also like how they are designed. They are a bit tricky getting in ear but once they are there they stay put and are comfortable (I have noticed some pain from the wings after an hour+ listening but am thinking I just need to use a smaller wing so will post back if they get more comfortable). These isolate pretty good and seem like a bargain for a sport model IEM considering they don't seem to compromise on sound quality in deference to sports functionality.

 

For those interested in what I am talking about here is the URL from Future Shop 

post #8305 of 9236
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Originally Posted by Imur View Post

A bunch of Monster phones on sale. Including:
Monster Turbine Copper for 180$
Miles David Trumpet (ControlTalk) for 170$

http://monsterproducts.com/summerspecials/

Even though the coppers aren't on sale for much less than msrp (supposed to be $210, $430 is a lie), i'm tempted.

post #8306 of 9236
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Even though the coppers aren't on sale for much less than msrp (supposed to be $210, $430 is a lie), i'm tempted.

Coppers are $399 msrp - have always been - $429 has been with control talk - Amazon is at $279 and $399 respectively.

post #8307 of 9236
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Coppers are $399 msrp - have always been - $429 has been with control talk - Amazon is at $279 and $399 respectively.

Yeah, i was thinking of street price. My bad.

 

Are they good at $180? I need some portables and was thinking v-moda m100's but i think iem's would be better for portability, and these seem to be really good.

post #8308 of 9236
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Originally Posted by Painful Chafe View Post

 

$300?

 

Were they less before?

They sold out within a matter of seconds..

post #8309 of 9236
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Originally Posted by dweaver View Post

For Canadian's (and Head-fi members who know a Canadian wink.gif ) Future Shop has the Monster iSport Livestrong Immersion In-Ear Headphones (MHISRTIELSCTWW) - Yellow IEM on sale for $49 from $170 (note the website is not reflecting this price so this may be an in-store and possibly localised sale, the Calgary Shawnessy store for certain). Despite the color choice (Yellow) I decided to grab a pair since FS has such a simple return policy. So far I am liking what I am hearing for the price tag and also like how they are designed. They are a bit tricky getting in ear but once they are there they stay put and are comfortable (I have noticed some pain from the wings after an hour+ listening but am thinking I just need to use a smaller wing so will post back if they get more comfortable). These isolate pretty good and seem like a bargain for a sport model IEM considering they don't seem to compromise on sound quality in deference to sports functionality.

For those interested in what I am talking about here is the [URL=http:]URL from Future Shop [/URL]
How do they sound with pop, dance and modern music?
post #8310 of 9236
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Are they good at $180? I need some portables and was thinking v-moda m100's but i think iem's would be better for portability, and these seem to be really good.

Anyone? (talking about the monster turbine copper pros here)

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