Sorry for not being around to translate, putente --- I've been busy (and will remain so). It looks like leoptimistic has done a good job of translating, though.
From all of the previous "tweets" I've seen him post, VSONIC's CEO seems to be a bit of a cocky guy; I'm not surprised that he declares his V7007 to be superior to the K3003; the truth, though, is that AKG did do a very good job of taking care of the tuning of the K3003, and it will require, despite all of VSONIC's capabilities, a gargantuan effort to surpass the K3003 in technical ability. Perhaps he believes so from a subjective, sound signature perspective, but I can't imagine any real improvements beyond the K3003 when it uses a very similar form factor and drivers. He claims that the K3003 has problems with the crossover networking, which isn't really true. The only issues I see with the K3003 are with distinct changes in character in the CSD response, and that's an inherent issue when hybridizing BAs and dynamic transducers.
With that being said, I've always maintained that the K3003 was overpriced by quite a few hundred bucks, and the V7007 will undercut my acceptable price by about half as well, so that's exciting. I'm also looking forward to the GR07 aesthetic/QC refresh. They say that they're using a completely new set of injection molds; perhaps the bizarre 'Walkaudio' label will also be gone, too.
No worries, mate! Thanks for sharing your thoughts about this. TBH, that's my opinion about the guy too, as I follow all his "tweets", VSONIC related and personal!
I honestly don't expect that the V7007 will be better than the K3003. Maybe a slightly different tuning, for a more VSONIC house sound, but of course these will bring a "proper" price tag! Apart from the GR07 facelift (that he had already announced some months ago), he also mentioned the much expected planar IEM (again), which will be an industry first, and another new highend dynamic...