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post #271 of 303
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Originally Posted by Armaegis View Post

I also hate those anti-loitering systems they install outside some buildings which are basically high frequency buzzers to drive the kids away. Gah, it's like a dog whistle shrieking in your brain!


I see You have a meet coming up, I hope it's a great turn out.
 

 

post #272 of 303

Oh god, they have those buzzers in GameStop. F*** that place.

post #273 of 303

40 drivers total?! blink.gif

 

Are those the most expensive headphones in the world?

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Originally Posted by Katun View Post

40 drivers total?! blink.gif

 

Are those the most expensive headphones in the world?



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post #275 of 303

Oh I see. That's one heck of a gag if you ask me. I would have believed it to the end of days. tongue.gif

post #276 of 303

Crazy price really

If you compare to the well established brands on the market

 

Even if they are better than JH16 or UE18 I do not thing so

that they are 7k$ better :-)

post #277 of 303
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Originally Posted by gregdee View Post

Crazy price really

If you compare to the well established brands on the market

 

Even if they are better than JH16 or UE18 I do not thing so

that they are 7k$ better :-)


You are so wrong.  I sold everything in my sig plus a car to buy them.  They sound better than live music or real life!  Must have if you ask me.  

 

post #278 of 303

I don't know if anyone mentioned this already (didn't feel like reading 18+ pages), but didn't you sign an NDA (non-disclosure agreement)?  Doesn't that mean you can't show pictures or details to anyone?  And since it was a really tight and detailed one, I'm pretty sure that included any specs or anything...  You better hope Sleek Audio doesn't see this, better yet, another competing company that might just want to do 21 per ear with 2 dynamics just to mess with Sleek...  That could mean lawsuits up the butt for you if anything like that were to happen...

 

Non-disclosures are made so no information is leaked out to the public where competing companies can see the information.  You just leaked it out...

post #279 of 303

Any plans to keep bumping this thread till next year April fool's day?

post #280 of 303

WHY WON'T THIS THREAD DIE ALREADY!!!!

post #281 of 303
Does this many drivers really sound that much better than 8 drivers (as in the Westone 8).
Im pretty sure when you end up spending 8 grand on a pair of IEMs they barely sound better than a thousand dollar pair. Who notices THAT MUCH DETAIL?!
post #282 of 303

It will never end. 

post #283 of 303

I don't know if you realize, but Jude is a pretty smart guy... True an NDA is meant to prevent leaking information, but that does not necessarily mean stanching ALL info.  An NDA--like any contract--can be written to specify exact terms, such as which information gets shared when, by whom, and through what channels.  Sleek likely authorized, possibly directed, Jude to share the information he did.  After all, from the standpoint of a profit-making corporation, what would be the point in allowing someone an advance trial with a product if they did not want that person to advertise their impressions--ie, share information?  Sure they could get Jude's feedback for product development, but more likely they are taking advantage of the information-sharing position held by the leading member of a large potential client base for the sake of advertising.  Meaning, they wanted him to share those specs.  Also, like I said, Jude is a pretty smart guy...

post #284 of 303
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Originally Posted by ScuderiaHeadFi View Post

I don't know if you realize, but Jude is a pretty smart guy... True an NDA is meant to prevent leaking information, but that does not necessarily mean stanching ALL info.  An NDA--like any contract--can be written to specify exact terms, such as which information gets shared when, by whom, and through what channels.  Sleek likely authorized, possibly directed, Jude to share the information he did.  After all, from the standpoint of a profit-making corporation, what would be the point in allowing someone an advance trial with a product if they did not want that person to advertise their impressions--ie, share information?  Sure they could get Jude's feedback for product development, but more likely they are taking advantage of the information-sharing position held by the leading member of a large potential client base for the sake of advertising.  Meaning, they wanted him to share those specs.  Also, like I said, Jude is a pretty smart guy...

 

Yeah, a note about this whole thing, I noticed it after I posted my message...  Look at the date the post was made...  It's a pretty good date to pull some things off so to say.
 

 

post #285 of 303
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Originally Posted by Pwn3r4Life View Post

Does this many drivers really sound that much better than 8 drivers (as in the Westone 8).
Im pretty sure when you end up spending 8 grand on a pair of IEMs they barely sound better than a thousand dollar pair. Who notices THAT MUCH DETAIL?!


Obviously you have no place here if you can't notice the $7000 difference.  Geesh!

 

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