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post #61 of 518
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Just waiting for that release date....... ~

post #62 of 518

Oh look at that...http://www.cdjapan.co.jp/product/NEOACS-34312

...about $247 total. $325 for the CKR10 shipped.

post #63 of 518
AT is quite funny...the IM series was designed to have a new cable connector and the next series uses a different one. (looking at the pictures they sure dont look let the ATC connectors, mopre like mmc
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Originally Posted by kamcok View Post
 

Just waiting for that release date....... ~

 

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Originally Posted by jant71 View Post
 

Oh look at that...http://www.cdjapan.co.jp/product/NEOACS-34312

...about $247 total. $325 for the CKR10 shipped.

And only 15 days away...

 

I want them immediately, then will purchase those kc06s as my harman kardon refund will be around that time frame!

 

 
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AT is quite funny...the IM series was designed to have a new cable connector and the next series uses a different one. (looking at the pictures they sure dont look let the ATC connectors, mopre like mmc

At least an MMCX connector would have been nice, it does seem that it is a removable cable from the aesthetics of the strain relief.

 

BUT NO!!!!

 

Do not burden yourselves with this extra feature in your $250 earphone please! Or even worse, your $350 earphone!

post #65 of 518

I believe these use the no-go connectors :)

post #66 of 518
Ath-ckr7 phileweb review

From the weight when I had it in my hand and prior information, called hybrid structure housing, I had imagined the sound tight braking worked solidly. In fact, for example-based drums and Hiromi Uehara in the "MOVE" is a depiction of such a trend. But those in the "gravity of love" Nakajima Ai's's thick dynamic. And by suppressing the swelling extra low frequency, tight, sound inherently tight that thick sound thick original width of the reproduction is ensured in large. The base is reproduced firmly drive and sense of beat. In the treble side, and make for the feeling that I was a little rampage, and harmonic distortion of the edge of the guitar solo synth Perfume of "Enter the Sphere" and "gravity of love". Lose to bass that is rich, and us to treble depiction Mokona hard. How not to sound open Rashikara earphone's distinctive ATH-CKR9/10 series of Top Model, but the completeness as earphone like earphone is high here. It's an attractive model that will expand the choices in the series.

And thanks for that cdjapan link jant!

only 10 days...oh my goodness, I hope the price cut in the same month will occur. I seriously want a real soundstage with real imaging, and with real natural sound here.
Edited by vlenbo - 4/10/14 at 6:21pm
post #67 of 518

looks like they were going for changeable cables and then changed their minds :rolleyes: 

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looks like they were going for changeable cables and then changed their minds :rolleyes: 

Got to save money, the audio technica way!

 

 

Forget removable cables, and for that matter....

 

why not just put that j splitter on the headphone cord? way better than y! :D

 

 

also....I don't know if this guy auditioned the ckr10s, but if he did...

 

 

Headphones  >  Audio Technica  >  ATH-CKR10

 
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We have used the main EX1000 has been reserved think this might be a good intuition, in dynamic but DUAL PHASE PUSH-because I felt Shakkiri feeling of the high-frequency range is not trivial things somewhat in comparison with a BA It is a fun super-resolution playback of PULL DRIVERS because you how much. You may need to be careful, to the minute you use indoor use in handling it seems to be expected to sound omission by acoustic register and to see the structure is sound leakage and sound insulation is worried a little, code because like non-removable is will no problem. I think you would like compared to the BA and high-end IE800 and EX1000 as I arrived the arrival to the product because a plan of 17 to 20.

 

That's quite the hype, if he heard it.

 

 

I hope the ckr9s won't be too different.

post #69 of 518
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Originally Posted by vlenbo View Post
 

Got to save money, the audio technica way!

 

 

Forget removable cables, and for that matter....

 

why not just put that j splitter on the headphone cord? way better than y! :D

 

 

also....I don't know if this guy auditioned the ckr10s, but if he did...

 

 

Headphones  >  Audio Technica  >  ATH-CKR10

 
Main thread astran 's
Review Posts: 43

We have used the main EX1000 has been reserved think this might be a good intuition, in dynamic but DUAL PHASE PUSH-because I felt Shakkiri feeling of the high-frequency range is not trivial things somewhat in comparison with a BA It is a fun super-resolution playback of PULL DRIVERS because you how much. You may need to be careful, to the minute you use indoor use in handling it seems to be expected to sound omission by acoustic register and to see the structure is sound leakage and sound insulation is worried a little, code because like non-removable is will no problem. I think you would like compared to the BA and high-end IE800 and EX1000 as I arrived the arrival to the product because a plan of 17 to 20.

 

That's quite the hype, if he heard it.

 

 

I hope the ckr9s won't be too different.


I don't think CKR9 will be any different, just different housing. titanium over aluminum has no advantages as far as acoustic qualities go AFAIK unless they intentionally tune it differently...

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Remember this...http://www.head-fi.org/t/586909/the-discovery-thread-new-zero-audio-doppios-pg1197-kef-m200-pg835-philips-fidelio-s2-pg-724/20685#post_10214234

..and now we hear James proclaiming the two top FX's as the same SQ level but different sounding.

 

So, I predict the same here :rolleyes: CKR9 and the right tips FTW! Though here there is no cable connection difference. I think price and a slightly more consumer friendly signature may vault the 9 into being a just as good choice as the big brother.


Edited by jant71 - 4/13/14 at 1:57pm
post #71 of 518
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Remember this...http://www.head-fi.org/t/586909/the-discovery-thread-new-zero-audio-doppios-pg1197-kef-m200-pg835-philips-fidelio-s2-pg-724/20685#post_10214234

..and now we hear James proclaiming the two top FX's as the same SQ level but different sounding.

 

So, I predict the same here :rolleyes: CKR9 and the right tips FTW! Though here there is no cable connection difference. I think price and a slightly more consumer friendly signature may vault the 9 into being a just as good choice as the big brother.

Thank you for reminding about Jame's comment on the FX series. That helped subdue my internal doubts there! I am just wondering why people bother buying the higher end model when the second best is not TOO far off. The comments on kakaku only mention the ckr10s, which is a shame.

 

Especially with the tip rolling, that definitely should alleviate the discrepancies! Thanks again, lol, I do like the idea of having a consumer friendly version, but hopefully one that is competitive against other companies like JVC, Ostry, Sony, and Beyer (with their new dynamic iem that was released).


Edited by vlenbo - 4/13/14 at 2:17pm
post #72 of 518

Update: There were ath-ckr earphones being sold by a dubious seller.

 

 

It shouldn't be too surprising if this turns out illegitimate, but ....there's only one ath-ckr9 in stock from that seller, makes me wonder if the poor buyers will get their iem?

post #73 of 518
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um... interesting... the japanese katakana characters actually says " AudioTechnica"

:S

post #74 of 518
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maybe it's for pre-order ? i'm not sure I rarely use amazon.

But i checked the seller and he's got heaps of other items :O

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um... interesting... the japanese katakana characters actually says " AudioTechnica"

:S

It says ship and sold by ib-unit.

 

Who's "ib-unit"? And why does it only have one 5 star rating?

 

It could be another way of pre-ordering them, but why allow me to add it now? 

 

And the items that ib-unit market has, you're right, I just noticed!

 

I wonder why he didn't' get as many ratings as he deserved. Oh well.


Edited by vlenbo - 4/14/14 at 12:05am
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