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Focal Elear - Impressions Thread

Discussion in 'Headphones (full-size)' started by grizzlybeast, Jun 21, 2016.
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  1. nick97
    I believe their heimdall cable is balanced, but definitely more expensive. It fits snugly into both Jack's and requires a good pull to get them out it's a quality fit
     
  2. TSAVJason
    Blue Heaven isn't balanced but Heimdal 2 is balanced with a kit to go to 1/4" & mini
     
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  3. Toolman
     
    As others have replied, Heimdall only comes with balanced XLR with a pair of cumbersome and heavy pig tail 1/4" and 3.5mm single ended connectors
     
  4. Frode Roed
    From RMAF I read that Kimber makes an Axios version for the Elear.
    Probably very expensive when terminated with a 4pin XLR.
    I have not seen it in shops yet (preorder).
     
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  5. TSAVJason
    We have most Kimber Axios models in stock
     
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  6. lugnut
    Wywires offers their red cable with 3.5 and balanced or 1/4. I bought 5ft with 3.5 and 4 pin xlr for $299, for my Sony Z7 should work for Elear too.
    Very nice cable IMHO .
     
  7. Arcamera
    Looking forward to hearing/getting these eventually.
     
  8. Frode Roed
    I am not sure if this implies that you have this cable for order?
     
  9. TSAVJason
    You can call Wayne @ 800-700-7029 to be sure we have the exact version and confirm the price for you. We generally have most versions in stock
     
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  10. Frode Roed
    Thx. Just spoke with Wayne so we take it from thereof.
     
  11. TSAVJason
    Cool!
     
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  12. Sonic Defender Contributor
    The most secure, hardened government sites can be hacked, nothing is really secure, the phone is by far and away the most secure process as long as the staff don't write the number down.
     
  13. frigginloony
    Ya'll rock  Jason!!    Elears on the way
     
    I'm all tingly and excited!!  :)
     
     
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  14. MarkF786

    Agreed.  There is far less probability of a credit card number being stolen when you give it to a vendor in person or over than phone than when you enter it into a website.  In the first scenario, you're trusting one person to do a good job protecting the information, while in the second scenario you're trusting thousands of people to do a good job.  And in the first scenario, you only need to worry about one person who might steal the information, while in the second scenario the number of people trying to steal the information is endless.
     
    And regardless, what's the worst that can happen when it is stolen?  Having gone through it several times, it's just a little inconvenient - but less inconvenient than going around life worrying about it being stolen.  Credit card companies have accepted the risk so that you won't be afraid to use your credit card, and their interest rates and fees are adjusted to cover the costs of that risk.
     
    Having worked 15+ years in cyber security and risk management, I get paid to think through such scenarios and make decisions best for my employer - though I'm protecting information from foreign nation states looking to gain a military advantage.
     
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  15. TSAVJason
    Awesome! Be sure and let us know what you think of them.
     
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