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post #16 of 303

I missed the pre-order. 

 

 *Note, this is a limited time offer and only available to those with ear dimensions no smaller than: H: 41mm. W: 24mm. D: 20mm. Offer ends 3/31/2011 .

 

That 1.6" dimension would have worked well for me.


Edited by goodvibes - 4/1/11 at 6:57am
post #17 of 303

nice jude ;) I think I'll order two

post #18 of 303
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Originally Posted by goodvibes View Post

I missed the pre-order. 

 

 *Note, this is a limited time offer and only available to those with ear dimensions no smaller than: H: 41mm. W: 24mm. D: 20mm. Offer ends 3/31/2011 .

 

That 1.6" dimension would have worked well for me.



Thats SERIOUS. ;-)

 

post #19 of 303

for that price it better be able to do my dirty laundry. But to all seriousness I am curious how much can it actually improve the sound and to whom are they aiming to sell this?!

Even the very rich would not want to spend this much on a pair of IEM. For havens sake you would feel bad wearing them around!

post #20 of 303

Just ordered mine, hopefully they'll fit my 50" ears.

post #21 of 303

hmm should i get a car or should i get 20driver custom?

post #22 of 303

Paging Warp08 and Trogdor, Warp08 and Trogdor to the white courtesy phone, please.

post #23 of 303
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Originally Posted by jeycam View Post

Just ordered mine, hopefully they'll fit my 50" ears.


x2 I just jumped in!

Sleek told me that they provide free shipping and what's more you get artwork for free

 

post #24 of 303

Just ordered mine! Was told by Sleek that they would accomodate me for the PRE-order special! WHEE!!! :)

post #25 of 303

I guess I'll need to call. Just call me Dumbo.

post #26 of 303

UERM proves that 3 drivers is plenty for reference quality audio, JH13 proves 6 is enough for extension and impact, whats left to fix?.  Personally I would like to see the reliability of 20 drivers - better hope their quality control is crazy good.  180 Ohms/130dB... would a personal monitoring receiver be capable of driving this?  Seems pretty gratuitous, unless this is an april fools.....


Edited by drez - 4/1/11 at 7:31am
post #27 of 303
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Originally Posted by drez View Post

UERM proves that 3 drivers is plenty for reference quality audio, JH13 proves 6 is enough for extension and impact, whats left to fix?.  Personally I would like to see the reliability of 20 drivers - better hope their quality control is crazy good.  180 Ohms/130dB... would a personal monitoring receiver be capable of driving this?  Gratuity has a new name in audio, unless this is an april fools.....

 

oh it is April fools isn't it?!?

No! You only have to carry a battery from Tesla Roadster in backpack. Than, appropriate speaker amp (think Leben CS300XS) in your another backpack you put on your front and you're ready to go! Pretty simple, isn't it?
 

 

post #28 of 303

 

This would make a great April fools joke if it wasn't real.

post #29 of 303

I've had my CT20's for the past month now for testing and i have to say they are incredible! My ears were a little too small for them but hey, the sound quality makes stretched ears completely worth it

post #30 of 303

$8000... lol


 

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