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post #151 of 258
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After finishing the two lists already in my queue, I'll be moving on to this Japanese one: http://www.geocities.jp/ryumatsuba/review.html

post #152 of 258
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Added Memorex, Magnavox, Macally, Motorola, Micro Innovations, Merkury, and Mustek.

post #153 of 258
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Well, in my latest update it seems that my formatting has gone to heck. I'll try to fix it later on this week.

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The Final Audio Design headphone has been titled the MURAMASA Ⅷ

post #155 of 258
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The Final Audio Design headphone has been titled the MURAMASA Ⅷ



It's only 16 ohms. What the...

post #156 of 258

Heh, perhaps it'll come with a 584 ohm impedance adaptor cable.

post #157 of 258

Also the price for the Muramasa VIII will likely be closer to $8,000 and not $5,000 according to Dimitri from Musica Acoustics.

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Also the price for the Muramasa VIII will likely be closer to $8,000 and not $5,000 according to Dimitri from Musica Acoustics.



Jesus.

post #159 of 258
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Added NextBase, Nike, and Numark. I also fixed pricing and naming of Final Audio Design's Muramassa VIII ($8K!) and formatted the list correctly again.

post #160 of 258

Since I saw SteelSeries on the list, I'd like to submit the Astro Gaming a30 or a40. The a40 is strictly a gaming headset and retails for $209.99 with custom tags and the a30 is branded as a "cross-gaming headset" as the boom mic is removable. They retail for $129.99. 

 

Edit: Radio Shack also sells a set of wireless headphones that retail for $69.99 under the house brand Auvio and their most expensive non-wireless pair is their Auvio Concert-Class Foldable headphones for $39.99. 


Edited by He11fire217 - 2/29/12 at 10:58pm
post #161 of 258
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I try to avoid anything with an included boom mic, but the A40 may slip in under the rules, depending on how I feel. We'll see...

post #162 of 258
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Added Velodyne, Clarus, Blox, and Rocketfish. I also updates the CrossRoads listing.

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Added Storm to the list.

post #164 of 258

There's another new company, RedGiant, that has its flagship dual-dynamic in-ear, the A03 Ossicle, at ~$149 USD.

post #165 of 258
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Wow, the IEM world has exploded of late.

 

EDIT: Their site is extremely nice. As a car guy, I'm digging the fact that they advertise the low drag coefficients of their IEMs, too.

 


Edited by ssrock64 - 3/7/12 at 5:10pm
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