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post #271 of 776
how does the nozzle of the KC06A compare with it's predecessor in terms of size and fit?
post #272 of 776
Thread Starter 
Same nozzle iirc and yes - hype still lives😝
post #273 of 776
pity shezen is out of stock. any non aliexpress places stock it?
post #274 of 776

where can i get these! Ahhhh they look amazing! i would love to use these over my stock monoprice / brainwavz

post #275 of 776
I'll likely be putting my pair up for sale in the next day or so.
post #276 of 776
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Originally Posted by svyr View Post

pity shezen is out of stock. any non aliexpress places stock it?


Ostry guys already mentioned that a first production batch of KC06A sold out in a week or two.  They are going to manufacture 2nd batch soon, should be available for sale in 2-3 weeks (penonaudio.com will have it then).

post #277 of 776
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Originally Posted by Kamakahah View Post

I'll likely be putting my pair up for sale in the next day or so.

Why?  What do you like better?

post #278 of 776
Thread Starter 
The tenore are better 😃
post #279 of 776
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Originally Posted by Grayson73 View Post

Why?  What do you like better?

JVC FX850. The Ostry is amazing. I've debated keeping them for sleeping and working out/walks, but I've decided to start selling off most of my gear since head time is limited.
These are a fantastic buy. I may regret selling them down the road. I can always rectify that if needed. They just have a few issues, compared to the FX850, that I can't ignore. The 850s are $300-400 so comparing is pointless for most as it's simply not within most people's budget. The KC06A on the other hand makes me want to sell some of my other gear that was significantly more expensive.

Most people will love these. Some,like myself, will find the 1-5k range to be annoyingly forward and possibly peaky, the sense of space far too collapsed, a slightly recessed mid range and a sound that feels rushed for certain genres. These issues won't be apparent or bothersome to some based on personal preference and experience, but they are to me. Still, the "pros" list if written would be many folds longer than these few "cons".
post #280 of 776
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The tenore are better 😃

Tenores. Good a year ago. Since then they've been training hard and are on the level of the second coming, apparently.

Looking forward to see how they actually scale for me.
post #281 of 776

how are the fit on kc06a ? are they the same size with the kc06 ? which has the better soundstage and separation ? 

post #282 of 776
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Originally Posted by justgotlucky123 View Post
 

how are the fit on kc06a ? are they the same size with the kc06 ? which has the better soundstage and separation ? 

 

Same fit/size and soundstage. You're getting bass response that is more robust, otherwise the mids and treble are very similar.

post #283 of 776
More of a peak in the treble of the A's?
post #284 of 776
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More of a peak in the treble of the A's?



I'd call it more sparkle, but yeas, treble is more prominent on the A's

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