It's a tricky situation for them - do they sit on a product if they have it all ready to go - simply because some existing customers might feel slighted? Or do they launch it anyway? Does an existing Concero sound any worse once a new Concero DSD is launched? What is the necessary price difference for the new model compared to the original, where people won't feel bad about it? $200? $300? $600? At some point if the new one costs enough, I think people will consider it a different product all together and won't feel like their Concero is obsolete. But if the price is closer then they might. So - does Resonessence price the new one deliberately higher to appease current owners? Or price it aggressively low to appease new customers?
Edited by project86 - 3/20/13 at 8:13am