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  1. Gunner4Eva

    Choosing Between The Creative Aurvana In Ear2 and Sony MH1C (Replacing AT ATH CSK77s)

    Hey everyone. This is my first post,so If im doing anything wrong,please let me know so I wont do it again. I bought my Audio Technica ATH CKS77s almost exactly a year ago,and I really really enjoyed how they sounded. Never used anything other than that for all this time. And a few days after...
  2. otaru1921

    Problem with my IEM ( ATH-CKM77 ) on my Computer.

    Hello, I registered today on this Community.    Recently I bought a Audio Technica CKM77 In-Ear Headphone to use it with my computer / portable video games. But there is a problem happening when I use it with my Computer.   First of all here are the Specs of the IEM :    ...
  3. s4one

    ATH-CKM77/CKM99 vs ATH-CKS70/CKS77BK

    Does anyone have any reviews on these earphones?   I am looking for some earphones that are easy to drive, nothing that requires too much power. For example, I am currently using Kipsch S2's. To me they require a lot of power. I mean when I use them on my phone and mp3 they have a limit but...
  4. Dolan Duck

    Any reccomendations for me??

    Hi all, I am looking at purchasing either one of the following:  Kilpsch Image S4i/Reference S4i  Shure SE215 Jays t-jays three Phonak Audéo Perfect Bass 012 Bose IE2 Audio-Technica ATH-CKM77 Velodyne vPulse Fischer Audio Consonance V-Sonic GR06 thinksound ms01 Creative...
  5. elyte

    Suggestions for headphones for Grad Student ~$100-150 with low sound leakage

    Hey all, I'm looking for suggestions for a pair of new headphones that I can use for studying. Since I'm a grad student, money's kinda tight, but I've set a budget of ~$100-150 (I've set aside some extra funds, but definitely no higher than $200 total,  including all shipping/taxes).  Some...
  6. Audio Technica ATH-CKM77 Earbuds - Black

    Audio Technica ATH-CKM77 Earbuds - Black

    Great dynamic punch with maximum noise isolation. The Audio Technica ATH-CKM77 Earbuds feature 13 mm drivers which produce a fantastic 5-25,000 Hz frequency response, giving powerful bass with definition and articulate mids and highs. The stainless housing provides rigidity which cuts back...
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