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post #211 of 303

man...10drivers per side...with a tag of 8k.... i know this is gonna be out of my reach for a time being...>.<

post #212 of 303

Hey Jude, you might want to consider piercings to make your ears bigger...

 

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Edited by davidhunternyc - 4/8/11 at 11:02pm
post #213 of 303

20 per side can't be right if you think about it but the following is what I understand is what is at work in basic terms: IEM producers that use more than one driver is usually so to have more than 1 driver on the same ranges. This as these drivers are so small things they need 2 or 3 at low ranges and possibly mid ranges as they are too small to both emit the with enough power and emit in this range. Traditional designs can't even physically emit these ranges in practical terms so even Sennheiser versions which are the best single traditional designed I've heard of so far are very specially made. So its really like if you don't want tons of distortions etc. they have to use special designs that can't turn it up to reasonable levels and still be HiFi.

 

On that note has any other come out with single driver IEM lately?

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Hey Jude, you might want to consider piercings to make your ears bigger...

 

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they should make speaker gages; that would be awsome biggrin.gif
 

 

post #215 of 303

Hey Guy's and Gal's it was an APRIL FOOL'S JOKE!  Jude and Sleek Audio pulled this one together!    deadhorse.gif

post #216 of 303
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Hey Guy's and Gal's it was an APRIL FOOL'S JOKE!  Jude and Sleek Audio pulled this one together!    deadhorse.gif



spoilsport.

post #217 of 303

It was a good one though, they got a lot of You. Hey You never know what the future hold's!

post #218 of 303
I am saving my money for the Slee Audio CT 21. It promises to sound better than most $200,000 speakers and it will only cost $100,000 wink.gif
post #219 of 303

Are they released yet?

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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post #220 of 303

It was a *very* limited time offer... one day only. You'll have to wait until next year to try again. Unfortunately the order window happens to end a few hours before they mention it, so you need to employ some precognition or reading comprehension to figure out when cool.gif

post #221 of 303

I started stretching my ears with a cork when I read about these. Now my 1964-T's don't fit any more, and the CT20 is not even real frown.gif

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spoilsport.


No kidding.  That was uncalled for.  tongue.gif

 

post #223 of 303
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No kidding.  That was uncalled for.  tongue.gif

 


Yeah I know, but they fell for it, and I just had to. If they want I'll sell them the Brooklyn Bridge on the cheap!  wink_face.gif
 

 

post #224 of 303
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If they want I'll sell them the Brooklyn Bridge on the cheap!  wink_face.gif


That thing has a hell lot of drivers!  etysmile.gif  

 

post #225 of 303

Isn't that a single crossover design?

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