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Well cheaper products are definitely better value
@czy6412 I mean in terms of audio performance, irrespective of price. Price should never be the sole consideration in assessing value. The SINE with the Cipher is competitive with the Cascade, despite the latter being more resolving. Factor in the significantly lower price, and the SINE seems like a stronger value to me.
Just what I was wondering. Great! Hope I don't forget tho. Lol
I don't think it is necessarily so. I thought that the concept of the headphone was to be good on the go, and scale well at home when using big boy gear, instead of pure portable.
Dito on the excitement and on the concern of how these will fit large ears. -Would be great to know the dimensions of the ear hole opening.
I seem to recall some posts back that the inner pad dimensions were 2.5 inches tall and 1.5 inches wide, but not certain.
Any new impressions?
i am waiting for break-in.. probably haven't put an hour on mine yet.
Been a big fan since I took a gamble on the Dorado's on a smoking deal.
If this is a portable headphone, where's the Litz cable with microphone & remote?
I like this photo
Where are them made?
Seems like the new 1more Triple Driver Over Ear might be a direct competitor to this based on tuning, features and using progressive Driver designs.
Confirms my theory that Ken is a Jedi and his gear is tailored for use in outer space.
I think the Portland-made marketing of the Campfire products is what drew me the company. Are these made/assembled in Portland?