PRE-ORDER: Audeze Euclid Planar Magnetic Closed-Back In Ear
Feb 11, 2021 at 10:28 AM Thread Starter Post #1 of 7
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PRE-ORDER TODAY
Audeze Euclid Planar Magnetic Closed-Back In Ear

$1,299.00 USD
Expected February 25, 2021

Pre-Order Here
https://www.moon-audio.com/audeze-euclid-planar-magnetic-closed-back-in-ear.html


Planar Magnetic, Closed-Back, In-ear, Precision-milled Aluminum. Our new Euclid combines all of these features to deliver superior detail retrieval and sonic accuracy with a soundstage and dynamic range so robust you'll forget you're listening to a closed-back in-ear. The miniaturized 18mm single planar magnetic driver has no crossovers, resulting in superior cohesion across the entire frequency spectrum. Euclid is engineered for an incredible 105 dB/mW efficiency and a max SPL well over 120dB*, giving it the highest dynamic range of any in-ear in its size category. The smoothly contoured light weight design incorporates precision-milled aluminum and carbon fiber for a look that doesn't sacrifice elegance for comfort.​

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https://www.moon-audio.com/audeze-euclid-planar-magnetic-closed-back-in-ear.html
 
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Feb 11, 2021 at 12:52 PM Post #4 of 7

RONJA MESCO

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wowzahs....one K for a Euclid? This sucka better perform
 
Feb 11, 2021 at 3:02 PM Post #5 of 7

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$1,299 ...... :scream:

LOL

$1,299 is relatively cheap compared to other offerings like the Sony IER-Z1R ($1,699.99), LCDi4 ($2,495), Shure KSE1200 ($1,999) and 1500 ($2,999), JVC HA-FW1000 ($1,999 at Crutchfield) etc.

Very tempting for people looking to experiment with the planar sound.
 
Feb 11, 2021 at 7:37 PM Post #6 of 7

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Relatively cheap...yes....cheap...maybe.. :wink:. When I buy something I don't think of it in cheap/expensive terms - I think of it as a usage proposition - if I buy a 2k USD headphone that I can listen to daily then it is a great value for me, but if I buy a 250$ headphone and listen to it once or twice a month then I wasted money. I own the IER - Z1R and their cost is greatly justified in my case, as I use them daily - for work, music, meditation. I hope Audeze can satisfy many people with this launch. I wish them success, and hope the buyers enjoy their units to the fullest!
 
Feb 13, 2021 at 5:12 AM Post #7 of 7

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$1,299 is relatively cheap compared to other offerings like the Sony IER-Z1R ($1,699.99), LCDi4 ($2,495), Shure KSE1200 ($1,999) and 1500 ($2,999), JVC HA-FW1000 ($1,999 at Crutchfield) etc.

Very tempting for people looking to experiment with the planar sound.

Cheap or not, isn't a price. With 2k, has a thing with better sq than Shure 1200?
 

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