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post #106 of 1231

Looking forward to both then :D

post #107 of 1231

Thanks for this! Very informative, and great selection! Currently using Westone UM-1s at the moment but I'll refer to this when its time to change


Edited by PhoenixClaw - 5/17/11 at 3:06pm
post #108 of 1231

Hi, ClieOS,

 

Audio Technica CKM-99, in terms of audio features into which category.

post #109 of 1231
Thread Starter 

Can't really answer you that since I have yet to listened to any of the CKM series.

post #110 of 1231

thank you.

post #111 of 1231

Wow! I just found this thread and I'm really impressed ClieOS! Great work!

post #112 of 1231

Good work, Clieos... i'm choosing between sunrise Xcape Impressive Edition and Brainwavz B2, which do you recommend?. I listen to rock, acoustics and pop. more power to you!

post #113 of 1231
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally Posted by airomjosh View Post

Good work, Clieos... i'm choosing between sunrise Xcape Impressive Edition and Brainwavz B2, which do you recommend?. I listen to rock, acoustics and pop. more power to you!

I don't have or listen to B2 before, so can't really comment on it.
 

 

post #114 of 1231

Hello....check with you...the price for vsonic GR07....why the price is 999 yens for it ...which is like 12 usd?

Did i make a mistake of the conversion or?

Anyone bought from the website?

http://spu.tmall.com/spu-88201134---0---8932236060---.htm?prc=1&q=vsonic+gr07

post #115 of 1231
Thread Starter 

Yen is the Japanese currency. Yuan is Chinese currency - more precisely, it is called RMB. Google says the exchange rate is RMB1 to US$0.154 today.

 

I believe that site is for China market only.

post #116 of 1231

999 yuan = $154 USD, so it's about right.

post #117 of 1231

that mean they made an error on the symbol?

The Japanese yen ( or en?) (sign: ¥; code: JPY)

post #118 of 1231

yen and yuan use the same symbol. the name yen is actually derived from yuan, as well as the korean won. they all sound the same, and come from the chinese meaning of yuan, "round," for the shape of coins...? or something. in international business they use codes like jpy and cny so it's not a problem, but i guess that site would be confusing if you can't recognise it's chinese

post #119 of 1231

I think you should really note the quality control/build issue that several people have been having with the Impressive Edition. It sure is enough to scare me away until I found out exactly why that was happening to several people. 

post #120 of 1231
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Originally Posted by chrislangley4253 View Post

I think you should really note the quality control/build issue that several people have been having with the Impressive Edition. It sure is enough to scare me away until I found out exactly why that was happening to several people. 


There are build quality complaints on every single IEM if you look into it. People generally don't come to forum to compliment a headphone for not breaking down, but a few that do come to complain about break down will immediate cause a panic among the crowd like there is some kind of pandemic. It is hard to look into the big picture in a forum. I have had mine since the beginning and don't have any problem with it. I will note it down if I see a potential issue. If not, I won't. That's not to say it won't have a problem at all, just that I don't have any on mine.

 

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