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Audeze iSINE 10 & iSINE 20: Audeze releases two new IEM planar magnetic earphones

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Details still coming out, but at IFA today, it looks like they released two new IEMs today, the iSine 10 and 20.
Article on TheVerge:
http://www.theverge.com/circuitbreaker/2016/9/1/12748844/audeze-isine-in-ear-planar-magnetic-headphones-lightning-ifa-2016


https://www.audeze.com/products/sine-series/isine10
ISine10 specs

Features
Planar magnetic drivers for better dynamics and frequency response
Premium materials for style and durability
Sleek contemporary design by DesignWorksUSA a BMW group company
Ear hooks and Earlocks for long listening comfortability
Audeze Technology
Fluxor magnetic arrays
Uniforce diaphragms
Package Includes
Certificate of authenticity
User guide and warranty
1/8” to 1/4” adapter
1.5m audio cable, 1/8” stereo plug input to 2-pin plug ouput
1.5m Cipher cable, Lightning plug input to 2-pin plug ouput

Specifications
Style In-ear, universal fit
Transducer type Planar magnetic, open
Magnetic structure Fluxor
Magnet type High-grade neodymium
Diaphragm type Ultra-thin Uniforce
Transducer size 30mm
Maximum power handling 3W
Maximum SPL >120dB
Frequency response 10Hz – 50kHz
THD <0.1% @ 100dB
Impedance 16 ohms
Cable type non-microphonic
Weight 20g without cable


https://www.audeze.com/products/sine-series/isine20
ISine 20 specs:

Features
Planar magnetic drivers for better dynamics and frequency response
Premium materials for style and durability
Sleek contemporary design by DesignWorksUSA a BMW group company
Ear hooks and Earlocks for long listening comfortability
Audeze Technology
Fluxor magnetic arrays
Uniforce diaphragms
Package Includes
Certificate of authenticity
User guide and warranty
1/8” to 1/4” adapter
1.5m audio cable, 1/8” stereo plug input to 2-pin plug ouput
1.5m Cipher cable, Lightning plug input to 2-pin plug ouput

Specifications
Style In-ear, universal fit
Transducer type Planar magnetic, open
Magnetic structure Fluxor
Magnet type High-grade neodymium
Diaphragm type Ultra-thin Uniforce
Transducer size 30mm
Maximum power handling 3W
Maximum SPL >120dB
Frequency response 10Hz – 50kHz
THD <0.1% @ 100dB
Impedance 24 ohms
Cable type non-microphonic
Weight 20g without cable


Obviously still waiting for a review, but if they come anywhere close fo my LCD2, consider them sold. I love the planar sound, and would kill for a great portable set...
Edited by Madcat207 - 9/1/16 at 8:17am
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I was wondering who was going to do the first IEM planar...I feel like this might be a bust for some reason


Edited by natalieann - 9/1/16 at 10:17am
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This is awesome. Are these "open back"?

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Wow, just when I'm in the market for new IEMs. I hope these sound nothing short of amazing!
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Originally Posted by Dillan View Post
 

This is awesome. Are these "open back"?

yes, open back

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I think I will buy these ASAP!

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Wicked! They definitely look...DIFFERENT. :wink:

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interested, i hope they offer easy fit and seal


Edited by Sound Eq - 9/1/16 at 10:27am
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I wonder if these support their balanced A + K cable?

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The CNET article mentions something about a $2500 dollar LCD-i3. Any word on that from someone at the show?

Audeze's iSine Series are craziest in-ear headphones you've ever seen

http://www.cnet.com/news/audeze-isine-series-the-craziest-in-ear-headphones-youve-ever-seen/
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These look so cool! I am not sure about open back IEM's but may have to try them!

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Are these actually open-backed, @Audeze?

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As big as these are they will probably bring audezes lackluster comfort to the in ear world.
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Its impressive audeze was able to do this but why do these need to exist? what will they do better than dynamic or ba iems, they are pretty competent all around already

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Originally Posted by natalieann View Post
 

I was wondering who was going to do the first IEM planar...I feel like this might be a bust for some reason

I'm pretty sure oBravo was first. These really looks interesting.

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