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You made that Jiren headphone pic yourself?
Ya I’ve been using my Orion as dailies for about half a year now and love them. Great enjoyment to them.
I’m going to get my gf to get me these IOs for my birthday. Just waiting for some comprisons and reviews. Let’s hope they don’t sound like the CA Novas though which also used to be dual BA but sounded too dark.
Pretty sure IO is for Input Output and pronounced "Eye-Oh" as well. A great example of other places this is used would be Google's conference called Google IO. Or Google I/O.
Seems like everyone Google'd IO but didn't Google Google IO or Google I/O
I honestly wonder why the IO is cheaper than the Orion since it's a dual BA configuration with a better case.
Doesn't make much sense if almost all of the name of their products are space related
It’s communication oriented in concept, I think
That is a Sexy IEM... Ganymede, Callisto, Europa, Io.... The Galilean moons of Jupiter..
Interested in seeing how these stack up against the well received ATH LS200 (also 2BA setup) as well as Massdrop Plus (same pricepoint). At the minimum hopefully it's better than the Nova which is the only campfire IEM in my book that I deemed a failure.
Why would Io (and I concede it is confusedly spelled both Io and IO on CA's website) stand for anything other than the moon when every other CA IEM is named after a celestial object?
The color is just amazing!
Change away from the Florida State color scheme and I'm in.
It s not really pastel colors.
On the site it says (eye-oh) so there you go!
Edit: Nvm someone beat me to it
Really looking forward for some reviews... I was about to pull the trigger yesterday night but I contained myself to just wait some few more days. It is a bit more expensive to buy those from France because of shipping and possibly import fees. I think I paid nearly 200€ of import fees on my CA Cascade + cable deal from black friday.
I really love the aesthetics of the IO.
Didn't see this coming. I wonder how they sound.