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Monolith M300 In Ear Planar Earphones

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  1. Saoshyant
    Looking at an exclusion list for a Monoprice sale, among the other two full sized Monolith headphones is the titular IEM. There's no mention on their site, nor Google, so I know absolutely nothing about it. Anyone else have any other information on these? Been debating Audeze's planar IEM, but I very well might try these instead depending on the price.
  2. jant71
    Since it is not on Google, nor the website(news release or product listing) I'd assume it was just a name someone gathered for that exclusion list to be thorough and it is not an available product yet. Something they are planning or still working on perhaps. Just like that Senn IE800S was in a list but didn't exist at the time either.

    Maybe contact them and see if they perhaps have any info.
    Last edited: May 27, 2017
  3. leeperry
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  4. HiFiChris Contributor
    If OE (http://oe360.cn/?lang=en) really is the OEM manufacturer of the Monoprice Monolith models, then I can say that a few days ago, a planar in-ear was visible on their website but apparently it seems like they have removed it now since it is not there anymore - which could either mean that it didn't make it into production wherefore they removed it, or it might be released at a later time and putting in on their website too early was just a mistake.
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  5. mochill
    Is it real
  6. Saoshyant
    It wouldn't be entirely surprising. I'm hoping we hear something about it soon, because many of us love the idea of a budget planar.
  7. HiFiChris Contributor
    Forget the part where I wrote that they removed it, since they haven't. It's still listed on their Chinese-only version of the website and called "E60P".
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  8. HipHopScribe
    Sure is:


    And those are literally pictures from the Audeze iSine20 website with an OE logo photoshopped on top:


    They even forgot to remove the Audeze logo from the chip in the Sipher cable
    Last edited: Jun 7, 2017
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  9. B9Scrambler
  10. HipHopScribe
  11. tarhana
    yep it's on their home page too.
  12. HiFiChris Contributor
    Wow, that's nasty. Their home page shows a different E60P IEM though:


    I cannot click it for some reason (maybe it's not clickable or it's just my ad and script blockers preventing it), but you already linked to that product page.:beerchug:
  13. strawed
    Saw that it's now on Monoprice's website in the 'New Products > Coming Soon' section (bottom of page). Looks cheaply made compared to Audeze's offerings, but if this fits monoprice's m.o. of sounding almost as good for half the price, I'm intrigued. Plus if that's an MMCX connector I see, even better (for finding affordable cables, etc).

  14. jant71
    Nice find! I think they look better aesthetically outside of perhaps the connectors being silver taking away from the look a bit. The logo is better than the one on the triple driver. The Monolith M. The regular ///P logo is flat out cheap looking.
  15. AlwaysForward
    Intrigued! My fiends that fell in love with my iSine20 might be all over this.
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