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post #121 of 205

seems kind of insignificant, but can you lie down on a pillow with your head sideways without the ck100pros bothering you? I liked that I could do that with the ck10s. 

post #122 of 205
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Originally Posted by Saitani123 View Post

seems kind of insignificant, but can you lie down on a pillow with your head sideways without the ck100pros bothering you? I liked that I could do that with the ck10s. 

No, it sticks out a littlem but enough to prevent you from doing that. 

post #123 of 205

I've heard the ck100pro gets fatiguing.

Does this go away after getting used to it?

Coming from the ck10's, will I experience this too?

I plan on using this for frequent travel so its pretty important. 

post #124 of 205
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I've heard the ck100pro gets fatiguing.

Does this go away after getting used to it?

Coming from the ck10's, will I experience this too?

I plan on using this for frequent travel so its pretty important. 

It took me a while to get used to it and I suppose it should reduce the impact of sound once you get used to the sound signature however it is not something that will go away with usage. 

It should not be any problem if you listen at low volumes. The provides tips did not work for me, it caused me pain so once again for me the sony hybrid tups came to the rescue. 

 

Considering you owned the CK10 the transition should not be a strange one. 

post #125 of 205
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It took me a while to get used to it and I suppose it should reduce the impact of sound once you get used to the sound signature however it is not something that will go away with usage. 

It should not be any problem if you listen at low volumes. The provides tips did not work for me, it caused me pain so once again for me the sony hybrid tups came to the rescue. 

 

Considering you owned the CK10 the transition should not be a strange one. 

 

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No, it sticks out a littlem but enough to prevent you from doing that. 


Thanks for the quick reply. 

post #126 of 205

So a_recording, how did it go with Audio Technica and the sample? 

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So a_recording, how did it go with Audio Technica and the sample? 

 

I will have a better idea next week but I wouldn't expect too much...

post #128 of 205

Last time I checked I bought the last pair they had stock and that was last year. I heard they have closed their lounge in city, too bad. 

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Last time I checked I bought the last pair they had stock and that was last year. I heard they have closed their lounge in city, too bad. 

They are moving the stall, hopefully to somewhere less noisy :3
post #130 of 205

I couldn't try the CK100PROs out today because A2A has a lot of headphones on demo, but very little IEMs. Something about having to throw away tips. 

post #131 of 205

If you can get them for 350 or 400 AUD just buy it blindly, they are truly worth it. 

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If you can get them for 350 or 400 AUD just buy it blindly, they are truly worth it. 

Maybe, but they wouldn't get too much use since I've got the UM Miracles and they are truly spectacular. Look at my new review. 

post #133 of 205
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I listened to CKW1000 (the CKM1000's limited edition) before and I am truly not impressed. I am not a big fan of EX1000 either but even that I think Sony does a better job with dynamic IEM than AT.

ClieOS, is it safe to assume that the CKM1000 and CKW1000ANV differ only in aesthetics, and are identical in sound?
post #134 of 205
Double post; sorry.
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ClieOS, is it safe to assume that the CKM1000 and CKW1000ANV differ only in aesthetics, and are identical in sound?

 

I would think so.

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