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post #196 of 258

Canal Works has a new flagship, the CW-L51:

 

http://canalworks.jp/products/monitor_cw-l51.html

post #197 of 258

Does anyone remember iems costing $8000, which contained 20 drivers?

post #198 of 258
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Canal Works has a new flagship, the CW-L51:

 

http://canalworks.jp/products/monitor_cw-l51.html

They're be up here updated in a moment...

post #199 of 258
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Does anyone remember iems costing $8000, which contained 20 drivers?

 

No, but that sounds delightfully insane.

post #200 of 258

Also a few things regarding Rooth:

 

The LS8 is apparently $1,275, and the price you have listed for it was a limited promotional price. Also the the LS8+ is Rooth's new flagship CIEM, but I think it's meant to exist side-by-side with the LS8 since their price is the same according to Average_Joe:

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/611419/rooth-demos-the-evaluation-of-rooth-lineup-liquid-clarity

 

So you may want to change the listing to "Rooth LS8 / LS8+"

post #201 of 258
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Also a few things regarding Rooth:

 

The LS8 is apparently $1,275, and the price you have listed for it was a limited promotional price. Also the the LS8+ is Rooth's new flagship CIEM, but I think it's meant to exist side-by-side with the LS8 since their price is the same according to Average_Joe:

 

http://www.head-fi.org/t/611419/rooth-demos-the-evaluation-of-rooth-lineup-liquid-clarity

 

So you may want to change the listing to "Rooth LS8 / LS8+"

Changed. I will also be working on the next major update with additions today.

post #202 of 258
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Added some cheapo brands (Can*Do, Custom Try, and Zumreed, the last of which has a range-topper headphone/speaker), as well as a Classic Pro monitor, and Tunz custom IEMs (a Starkey company).

post #203 of 258
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Added Elecom, Elega, Elpard, Ever Green, and Excel Sound.

post #204 of 258
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Well, the computer I was hosting the original spreadsheet for the list on has decided to no longer work, so it'll be a data recovery from now in which I can next update.

post #205 of 258
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I got a new machine, but my hard drive was so corrupted that I have to rebuild the spreadsheet. It's no big deal since I can just copypast the first-page list, but it'll be a bit until I update.

post #206 of 258
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Does anyone remember iems costing $8000, which contained 20 drivers?

 

 

That was actually an "April Fools" gag played out by Sleek Auido. The price was listed at 7K.  Shortly after that, the "Wizard" founder of Heir Audio (me) built a 20 driver CIEM but it was never sold nor was a price ever given for that particular CIEM.  More information and photos of the real 20 drivers can be found on the Heir Audio face book page.

Dr. John Moulton

Here at Noble, we craft some of the finest universal and custom in-ear monitors available today. 

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post #207 of 258
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I must have an amazing internal deadline clock, because it's not exactly a month since the last update and I finally have the spreadsheet up and running again. I added Nocs, a promising Swedish company that uses materials such as steel and kevlar in their IEMs and their upcoming on-ears to create stylish, durable sound production machines. No word yet on their sound as they're a rather new company (unless there's some preliminary impressions in the IEM forum), but they look like a possible competitor for the likes of AIAIAI.

post #208 of 258
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Added California Headphone Company, a San Francisco-based startup with a focus on the last word in durability and a sound tuned for the area's surf rock and country scenes.

post #209 of 258

German Maestro flagship headphone is the GMP 400/450 Pro (more expensive closed variations) not the 250... I suppose that is a typo?

GMP 450 Pro is 235 Euros or 286.7 USD from German Maestro online shop at current currencies exchange rate; 349.99 USD from Amazon.

 

German Maestro is MB Quart so there's no point in the QP805HS listing...

Just put MB Quart/German Maestro GMP 400 or 450 Pro...

My suggestion.

 

Vsonic current flagship IEM is GR01 - 204.1 at Lendmeurears.

post #210 of 258
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German Maestro flagship headphone is the GMP 400/450 Pro (more expensive closed variations) not the 250... I suppose that is a typo?

GMP 450 Pro is 235 Euros or 286.7 USD from German Maestro online shop at current currencies exchange rate; 349.99 USD from Amazon.

 

German Maestro is MB Quart so there's no point in the QP805HS listing...

Just put MB Quart/German Maestro GMP 400 or 450 Pro...

My suggestion.

 

Vsonic current flagship IEM is GR01 - 204.1 at Lendmeurears.

Thanks, I'll put those in the next update along with Amazon pricing for both (I usually use Amazon because their pricing tends to fluctuate least and give a fair market average).

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