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post #76 of 303
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Originally Posted by Aflac View Post

No one mentioned Jude being able to hear 5Hz and 30kHz frequencies? Cmon, guys.


LOL

Maybe he should check:

http://www.noiseaddicts.com/2009/03/can-you-hear-this-hearing-test/

 

Heck, maybe we are all suckers and April 1st is all year long. We pay an awful lot of money toward equipment that reproduces sounds that we can't hear.

post #77 of 303

It is hilarious. I would not pay $8000 even if I had that money for an earphone!

post #78 of 303

1april?

post #79 of 303

I wonder if this new product will sound $7500 better than my universal and custom IEM.  Does each driver control a single frequency range?  Who knows, I eagerly await the individuals (if any) with that much disposable income.  Just crazy IMHO.  On a sarcastic note, I'm saving up for bionic or golden ear drums that should end the whole "how many drivers can I cram into this tiny finite space.  the more the merrier."


Edited by alphaphoenix - 4/1/11 at 10:05am
post #80 of 303

April Fools?

post #81 of 303

If the price tag doesn't do it, I heard that 7 Hz in your ears will make you poop your pants.

post #82 of 303

LOL hilarious.

I wonder what JH audio must be thinking wink.gif

post #83 of 303
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Originally Posted by Jamey Warren View Post

If the price tag doesn't do it, I heard that 7 Hz in your ears will make you poop your pants.


 

The 7 Hz Brown Note we tried to avoid, it's the frequency though driver #20 hits that we're most proud of

post #84 of 303

Just saw their ad.  Man, I'm gullible. 

 

 

 


Edited by AudioDwebe - 4/1/11 at 10:52am
post #85 of 303

So Andrew, how hard is it trying to post with a straight face after reading the first page of response lol biggrin.gif
 

post #86 of 303
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The 7 Hz Brown Note we tried to avoid, it's the frequency though driver #20 hits that we're most proud of



The famous Industry Insider Eargasm Frequency.

post #87 of 303

Great stuff!

 

But I doubt it's real. ^^

post #88 of 303

although this is probably going to be available to the supremus lounge for cost of parts only, I'd also rather wait for the upgrade to the 25 driver IEM later this year, leapfrogging the early adopters in the armature race. and I've just committed some time on my calendar to have my inner ears surgically widened and prepped in anticipation of a balanced IEM woofer for at least one if not both sides. its going to be a lengthy process but I'm sure it's going to be worth it. I wasn't sure at first whether I could commit the funds, but some of Jude's contacts hooked me up with a neurosurgeon and a plastic surgeon and a top-notch experimental otolaryngologist at UC San Francisco. thanks bro!

post #89 of 303
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Originally Posted by alphaphoenix View Post

I wonder if this new product will sound $7500 better than my universal and custom IEM.  Does each driver control a single frequency range?  Who knows, I eagerly await the individuals (if any) with that much disposable income.  Just crazy IMHO.  On a sarcastic note, I'm saving up for bionic or golden ear drums that should end the whole "how many drivers can I cram into this tiny finite space.  the more the merrier."



 



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Originally Posted by Jamey Warren View Post

If the price tag doesn't do it, I heard that 7 Hz in your ears will make you poop your pants.


Some out there are constapated, it might Help!
 

 

post #90 of 303

It's amazing how many took this seriously.  Good job, Jude.  Great mockups, too.  Plus good free advertising on the part of Sleek Audio. rolleyes.gif

 

Happy April 1st, everybody...LMAO

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