Originally Posted by Staal
So, any conclusion as to how Europeans get their hands on these the cheapest?
Well the only way is to either go straight through them - and pray that customs don't catch em on their way in (near impossible)
meaning a HEFTY customs/import duty will be charged.
Or go through someone you know or trust in the US to buy them for you, then post them over.
(you are risking the item being lost though, as it will be sent as a gift)
Or wait for someone in the EU not to like them.
Originally Posted by treal512
Where can I find the differences or can someone explain the differences between the ASG-1, ASG-2, AS-2, and AS-1b?? I currently own the W4 and was considering the PFE232, but this price point and some of the stellar reviews make this deal too hard to overlook.
Also, if anyone could, please tell me how these sound at very low listening levels. The majority of the time I listen to IEMs, I am out of the house and/or studying. So my volume levels are usually low.
1. ASG-1 is the universal fit earphones
2. ASG-2 is not out yet and shouldn't really be talked about. Dale, the director at Aurisonics stated that the ASG-2's might come out in summer or even later after its been tested by their musicians and used (liked) by them.
For previous ASG-1 owners it will be an upgrade option available. The ASG-2's will have a dual driver, one being 15mm the other 10mm in the same sheel (unconfirmed, but assumed, seeing as ASG-1 owners can upgrade)
3. AS-2 will be the "upgrade" to the AS-1.
The AS-1 is like the ASG-1 but instead of being UNIVERSAL its based on CUSTOM ears
4. AS-1b is just like the AS-1 but has an adjustable bass port
So in short:
AS-x = Custom-made earphones
ASG-x = UNIVERSAL earphones
1's of the models have been released
2's of the models have not been released and won't be available till Q3 of this year.
Some more info about the AS-1 models:
If you don't want to download 4.5mb: In short:
Edited by Totally Dubbed - 2/28/12 at 9:48am