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Why does Amazon have so much Klipsch X10 stock? They're still selling for $84.99

post #1 of 11
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I'm wondering why they're still selling for this price.

I bought a set but I was planning on making my money back. I might end up not opening them and trying to sell to a foreigner.
post #2 of 11

Not really sure. 

 

I ordered a pair but decided to cancel the order when I saw the price didn't drop for 2 days straight. 

 

My guess would be because they are officially discontinued by Klipsch. 

post #3 of 11

I could careless how many they have all I know is I'm glad they do for so cheap and that's why I bought a pair.  

post #4 of 11

ugh... to buy one or not to buy one....

post #5 of 11
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Originally Posted by TheExile View Post

ugh... to buy one or not to buy one....

 

Buy one

post #6 of 11

Yeah, if it's a coin flip in your head, take the plunge. They are pretty much unbeatable for under $100. Build quality and microphonics are subpar but not so bad as to be deal-breakers, unless you wear a rain coat every day.

post #7 of 11
I'm really liking the pair I got. They're similar to the UE700s, but with a less harsh high frequency range. Microphonics are worse than the UE700.
post #8 of 11

UE700s have bass like that? o.O

post #9 of 11
Klipsch x10has more bass than the UE700s, but to my ear, the major differentiator is the HF. I've only had the X10s a short while and am still doing critical listening. I like their ambience a lot.
post #10 of 11

Yeah they have a really unique sound. Very lush, textured bass; I prefer it even to my DT770's bass sometimes. In fact I think I prefer it to everything but SM3 bass.

post #11 of 11
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Originally Posted by Gilly87 View Post

Yeah they have a really unique sound. Very lush, textured bass; I prefer it even to my DT770's bass sometimes. In fact I think I prefer it to everything but SM3 bass.

 

I totally agree with you on that, the X10's bass is very nice and I love the texture and speed of them.  I didn't think that the bass warmed up the mids when I first started to listen to them but know I can hear it with some track the bass warming up the lower mids and it sound quite good.

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