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post #121 of 3046
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Originally Posted by the wizard of oz View Post

No, that prize goes to Astell & Kern products, especially in Europe.

nah the altmann tera player lol

post #122 of 3046
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Originally Posted by uchihaitachi View Post

nah the altmann tera player lol

Considering the Tera sounds drop dead amazing and is cheaper than the AK120, i am not sure what your getting at>

post #123 of 3046
Now every Headphone maker want there top tier IEM to be at 1000$+ although its worth the price or not... till last 2 years the flagship wars was right near at 500$ tag... hehe silly that every IEM maker wants there IEM's to be a K3003 lol
post #124 of 3046
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Originally Posted by Swimsonny View Post

Considering the Tera sounds drop dead amazing and is cheaper than the AK120, i am not sure what your getting at>

Well you'd think they add some functionality and aesthetics for the $1000+ pricetag.
It's a complete joke of a product.

post #125 of 3046
I'm fine with the price tag as long as it is good. The k3003's are worth the price, the IE800's which i'll be getting soon are getting good reviews. I for one can say that akg's flagship in ear resolves more than the LCD2 or HE500; quite a feat for earbuds.

And that's AKG... They're not as specialized as Shure in IEM's; so who knows?

I hope the Shures turn out good!
post #126 of 3046

Thanx for fast information! I want it! :-) 

post #127 of 3046
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Originally Posted by uchihaitachi View Post

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Originally Posted by the wizard of oz View Post

No, that prize goes to Astell & Kern products, especially in Europe.

nah the Altmann Tera player lol

Since that is made by a single person in Germany, where the hourly wage is high, I don't consider it that over-priced. Not in a million years would I want to acquire it, but that is another story.


Edited by the wizard of oz - 5/9/13 at 7:27am
post #128 of 3046
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Originally Posted by nehcrow View Post

Well you'd think they add some functionality and aesthetics for the $1000+ pricetag.
It's a complete joke of a product.

I think ipod shuffle is an impractical piece of junk due to the non existent interface but I wouldn't mind shelling the money for tera if I really need a portable even though I've only heard it once. It is that good, but eh, ymmv. Now let's cease the OT banter shall we?

post #129 of 3046
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Originally Posted by Swimsonny View Post

Considering the Tera sounds drop dead amazing and is cheaper than the AK120, i am not sure what your getting at>

I don't want to get in a debate about the SQ of the Tera. That's completely down to your subjectivity. However, the cost of components that go in the Tera and its capability, only if you knew the empirical data behind it. tongue.gif Anyways, my bad for bringing up the Tera.


Edited by uchihaitachi - 5/9/13 at 7:19am
post #130 of 3046

Damn am I excited for this. Not excited for the price though.

post #131 of 3046

Shure has huge gaps in between releasing new IEMs, so after a year or so the price should go down to a more reasonable level and you wouldn't be in danger of being faced with a newer model being released.

post #132 of 3046

I wonder how these compare to the Heir Audio IEM 5.0.  

post #133 of 3046

I'd love to acquire a review sample from Shure... evil_smiley.gif

post #134 of 3046
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Originally Posted by mellowyellow View Post

I wonder how these compare to the Heir Audio IEM 5.0.  

A mouthwatering battle awaits....

post #135 of 3046

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