ER4P was $199 forever. So you are okay with them adding a certificate and charging $299? It's a yes or no answer.
There is no such thing as "matching drivers." It's marketing mumbo jumbo. Drivers are already purchased to tight specifications with any differentiations undecernable to the ear. What is the point?
It's not a yes or no question if your premise is wrong. Which it is.
This is from the 2001 website, when I bought my pair.
They're not adding a certificate and charging $300. It's always been $300. What they did, like I said, is cut a few features regular consumers didn't need, and offered a cheaper version.
So tell me. Is there something wrong with releasing a more affordable version? It's a yes or no answer.
Edited by tseliottt - 5/12/13 at 9:24pm